Peace-making , Peace-keeping 1918-1936 Timeline

  • Bolsheviks Revolution

    Also known as the October Revolution
  • Wilson's 14 points

  • Armistice

    An agreement for all countries involved in the war to stop fighting.
  • Paris Peace Conference

    Conference where representatives of allied countries came together to create peace terms . 32 countries were involved & it took place in Paris.
  • Signing of Treaty of Versailles

  • Treaty of St. Germain (Austria)

  • Treaty of Neuilly ( Bulgaria)

    It was a treaty of peace between Bulgaria & its allies. In this treaty , Bulgaria was demanded to give up territories which they owned after they lost in WW1.
  • United States congress fails to ratify Treaty

  • Treaty of Trianon (Hungary)

    Peace agreement to properly end WW1 between the Allies of WWI and the Kingdom of Hungary,
  • Treaty of Sevres (Turkey)

    Peace treaty involving the Ottoman Empire and its allies.
  • Franco-Czech Alliance

    This alliance between Poland and France was military based for war. It lasted all the way up until 1940.
  • Franco-Polish Treaty

  • Treaty of Riga (ends Russo-Polish War)

    The purpose of this treaty was to divide territories of Soviet Russia & Poland due to dispute amongst the terriorties.
  • Treaty of Riga

    This treaty involved Poland , Soviet Russia , and soviet Ukraine. The treaty was signed to have an agreement in ending the Russo-Polish War as well as setting their borders.
  • Washington Naval Conference

    The conference' purpose was to try and limit the naval's arm race
  • Washington Naval Conference

    This military cofnerence , called by President Warren G Harding. The purpose of this conference was to settle any disputes/arguments between Japan and the USA. Also , they wanted to address and negoitate the cost of arms race.
  • Treaty of Rapallo

    A treaty agreement between Germany and Russia. In the signing of the treaty , Germany's army was finally able to make weapons of their own
  • Ruhr Crisis

    Action was taken by the Belgian & French troops to take over the Ruhr area because Germany failed to make payment
  • Locarno Treaty

    This treaty allowed Germany to finally be a part of the League of Nations. Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, and Poland representatives were all present at the conference where the signing of the treaty took place.
  • Germany Joins League

    After the Ruhr Crisis, Germany became a part of the League of Nations. The Locarno Treaty was the gateway to Germany being admitted to the League of Nations.
  • Geneva Naval Conference

    Since the topic of Naval arms limitation was very significant in this time, this conference was dedicated to the Naval Arms Limitation.
  • Pact of Paris (Kellog-Briand Pact)

    An agreement to outlaw/ban war or war related behavior.
  • London Naval Treaty

    The London Naval Treaty was an agreement between the United Kingdom, the Empire of Japan, France, Italy and the United States. It helped to control the submarine warfare & allowed naval shipbuilding to be limited.
  • Manchuria Crisis

  • Geneva Disarmament Conference

    At this conference the main purpose was to discuss and regulate the Naval Arms Limitation.
  • Hitler becomes Chancellor

    Hilter was elected to become Chancellor & that basically marks the down fall of the Jews & beginning of the holocaust.
  • Japan Leaves League

    Japan was beening blamed for such events and they were held accountable. This caused Japan to "run away" and separate themselves from the League of Nations
  • Germany Leaves League

    Just months after Japan's departure from the League of Nations , Germany leaves as well. The reason behind their departure was simply Hitler's orders to leave the League
  • USSR Joins League

    The USSR joined the league after Germany & Japan left. One of the reasons they joined was because they really had nothing left to lose by joining the League
  • Abyssinia

    The Abyssinia Crisis occured in October 3 ,1935.
  • Rhineland occupied by Germany

    Hitler distracted the other so that the German troops could successfully invade Rhineland and occupy it.
  • Rome Berlin Axis signed

  • Italy Leaves League

    Italy left the League of nations because they felt they were being control by spain.