Kellogg – Briand Treaty

 

Today in History, July 24: 1929 – The Kellogg – Briand Pact between the United States and France, and signed by 62 nations, goes into effect. The Treaty, which is still in effect, stated that conflicts between nations would no longer be solved by war, but by negotiation. Well. That worked.

 

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