There Are Two Types of Observation, Covert and Overt. the Difference Between Them Is That Covert Observation Is When the People Being Observed Do Not Know They’re Being Watched or Studied, and Overt Observation Is When

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Aug 1914 – Nov 1918 The cost of WW1 to Britain - $35,334,012,000 (highest of all the allied powers) and 994,138 British people died.
April 1919 Treaty of Versailles – Germany had to accept the blame for starting the war (Clause 231) and pay £6,600 million in reparations. She was forbidden to have submarines or an air force and could only have a navy of six battleships and an Army of just 100,000 men. She also lost territory to Britain and France.
The League of Nations – an international organisation designed to preserve the peace and solve international disputes by arbitration; based on a system of collective security (article 10). 42 countries joined at the start and by the 1930s this became 60. The covenant of the
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In 1923 an egg cost hundreds of millions of marks.
May 1923 – Jan 1924 Stanley Baldwin becomes prime minister
Aug 1923 Stresemann appointed German Chancellor and Foreign Minister
Jan 1924 – Nov 1924 Ramsay MacDonald becomes prime minister
March 1924 Zinoviev Letter – appeared at first to confirm fears about Communism. It purported to be an instruction from the Comintern to the CPGB, instructing it to foment revolution in the UK. The letter caused considerable furore, as it was published only a few days before the 1924 General Election.
1924 General Election – Conservatives won 412 seats and Labour won 151
April – Aug 1924 Dawes Plan – meant that there would be a two-year freeze on the payment of reparations, the level of German payments was to be scaled down, the USA offered huge loans to Germany and the French agreed to take their troops out of the Ruhr. During the next 5 years the Germans paid a reparation bill of about $1 billion and received US loans of about $2 billion.
April 1924 Geneva Protocol suggested – any state refusing to submit a dispute to arbitration or rejecting the decision of an arbitrator would be regarded as an aggressor and liable to be subjected to economic sanctions or even military force.
July – Aug 1924 London Reparation Conference – Allowed for the adoption of the Dawes Plan.
Nov 1924 – June 1929 Stanley

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