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Occupation of the Ruhr


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Sp. Ch. 26 750-58 Chapter 26: The Futile Search for Stability: Europe Between the Wars, 1919-1939 An Uncertain Peace: The Search for Security I. The peace treaties at the end of WWI had tried to fulfill the 19thc dream of nationalism by redrawing boundaries and creating new states. However, this peace settlement had left nations unhappy. A. Conflicts over disputed border regions poisoned mutual relations in eastern Europe for years, and many Germans viewed the Peace of Versailles as a dictated peace and vowed to seek its revision. II. Woodrow Wilson placed many of his hopes for the future in the League of Nations. A. The League, however was not effective in maintaining the peace. B. The failure of the United States to join the League and the subsequent American
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