A command system is characterized by: A reliance on the forces of supply and demand to determine what is produced. B reliance on the government to determine what is produced and who gets the output. C an extremely rapid rate of economic growth.
Global Disarmament was first introduced by the Hague Conferences of andwhich had failed in their main goals. The creation of the Geneva conference started during the Treaty of Versailles with Articles eight and nine.
The creation of an advisory commission on armaments was appointed at the time of the signing on June 28th, This advisory met on May 18thand began preparatory talks for the conference which took five years. During those five years two main conferences happened that had a direct impact on the Geneva conference.
The London Naval Conference of tried to extend the terms of the Washington Conference, but disagreement between France and Italy inhibited the full success of this conference. However the United States, Britain and Japan all accepted terms of the new treaty. The Geneva Conference officially started on February 2nd, The first major issue addressed by the conference was the balancing of the military forces of France and Germany.
They shared the opinion that the Treaty of Versailles had been too strict on Germany.
They would also not give France the additional guarantees that it was looking for. In early June of president Hoover of the USA proposed the idea that there was a difference between offensive and defensive weapons.
His idea was was that offensive weapons should be destroyed and that the number of defensive weapons should be reduced to one third of their original amount. This policy would have proved difficult in practicality and therefore got nowhere but was a valiant idea. On June 12th the conference was adjourned with no signs of any breakthrough and with Germany threatening to walk out if its military equality with France was acknowledged.
In the time the conference was adjourned there was a smaller Five Power Conference in which the major countries attempted to bring Germany back to the talks in the Geneva Conference.
Adolf Hitler was also appointed as chancellor of Germany. He hated the League of Nations and had plans to leave the disarmament conference. In October the conference reconvened and on the 14th of that month Germany left the conference.
They used the grounds of France not accepting equality as grounds; they also gave notice of leaving the League of Nations. This effectively killed off all talks for the conference and the conference ended.Cabinet Government, British Imperial Security, and the World Disarmament Conference, – N.C.
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