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Which economic agreement involved American banks loaning money to help Germany pay reparations to Britain and France? A) The Kellogg-Briand Pact B) The Dawes Plan C) The Mellon-Hoover Act D) The Foreign Financial Assistance Program
The Dawes Plan was the economic agreement which involved American banks loaning money to help Germany pay reparations to Britain and France.
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