Diplomats Sign the Kellogg-Briand Pact Ca. 1928Unknown - 1928
Following the unprecedented amount of death and destruction in World War I, many nations hoped to find a way to avoid another such conflict. In 1928, 62 nations signed the Kellogg-Briand Pact, named after Frank B. Kellogg, then the U.S. secretary of state, and Aristide Briand, the prime minister of France. The treaty attempted to prevent future wars by bounding its participants to renounce wars as an "instrument of national policy".
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Copyright Date: ©1928
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