The Young Plan (1929)

The Young Plan was intended to advance the Dawes Plan of 1924 and create a more permanent solution to the issue of Germany's reparations payments. The committee of representatives from the U.S, Britain, France, Italy, and Belgium was led by Owen Young.

What were the key terms of the Young Plan?

What was the impact of the Young Plan?

On the one hand, the Young Plan was a success.

On the other hand, the Young Plan had little positive effect.