The Locarno Treaties were seven agreements negotiated at Locarno,
Switzerland, on 5–16 October 1925 and formally signed in London on 1
Pact of Locarno, (Dec. 1, 1925), series of agreements whereby Germany, France,
Belgium, Great Britain, and Italy mutually guaranteed peace in western Europe ...
Treaty of Mutual Guarantee between Germany, Belgium, France, Great Britain
and Italy; October 16, 1925 (The Locarno Pact) ...
The Treaty of Locarno was signed in October 1925. This enabled Germany to be
admitted to the League of Nations. However, Adolf Hitler tore up the treaty when ...
Also known as the Locarno Pact, the treaty guaranteed Germany's western
frontier, ... Britain, and Italy in the city of Locarno, Switzerland, on October 16,
Locarno Pact: A. The Locarno Conference was called partly because of the
failure of the Treaty of Versailles to satisfy many nations and solve conflicts
Dec 1, 2015 ... Through the summer of 1925 the shape of the agreement was thrashed out. Still,
much diplomatic haggling lay ahead of the statesmen as they ...
(Historical Terms) a series of treaties, concluded in Locarno, Switzerland in 1925,
between Germany, France, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Italy, Poland, and ...
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Find out information about Locarno Conference of 1925. an international
conference ... of other agreements, known collectively as the Locarno Treaties of
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1, 1925. The basic document of the Locarno Treaties was the Rhine pact, a
general guarantee treaty between Germany, Belgium, France, Italy, and Great