Agreements

Locarno Agreements

The main agreement that was finally at Locarno was the Rhineland Pact between Germany, France, Belgium, United Kingdom and Italy.

[1] Germany was added more land, and its border extended. The countries were therefore not supposed to attack each other. Germany assented with the conflict resolution assemblies with France and Belgium and also to the agreements signed with Poland and Czechoslovakia. Also, France signed agreements with Poland and Czechoslovakia which implored for help in case it conflicted with Germany. Locarno agreements hence helped to ameliorate the political differences in Western Europe. There was also the anticipation of peace in future.[2] The Locarno agreements were however weakened by the Franco-Soviet Treaty of Mutual Assistance in 1935.

Bibliography

Jacobson, Jon. Locarno diplomacy: Germany and the west, 1925-1929. Princeton University Press, 2015.

Wandycz, Piotr Stefan. The twilight of French eastern alliances, 1926-1936: French-Czechoslovak-Polish relations from Locarno to the remilitarization of the Rhineland. Princeton University Press, 2014.

[1] Wandycz, Piotr Stefan. The twilight of French eastern alliances, 1926-1936: French-Czechoslovak-Polish relations from Locarno to the remilitarization of the Rhineland. Princeton University Press, 2014

[2] Ibid

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