Treaty of Berlin

24 Apr 1926


ww2dbaseThe Treaty of Berlin was the result of an agreement between Germany and Russia which reaffirmed the terms of the Treaty of Rapallo and declared that a nation would remain neutral should the other come under attack by a third nation. The Treaty of Berlin was renewed in 1931.

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