The Treaty of Locarno was signed on October 16, 1925. The treaty enabled Germany to enter the pitiful League of Nations, the one the United States refused to enter. Along with France, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Czechoslovakia, and Poland were apart of the Treaty. The treaty included that Germany, France and Belgium would respect the borders given to them in the Treaty of Versailles. Germany finally gained respect out of the treaty, but lost it when it invaded the Rhineland and the treaty was nullified. Below is the actual treaty from October 16, 1925.
The President of the French Republic and the President of the Republic of Poland,
Equally desirous to see Europe spared from war by a sincere observance of the undertakings arrived at this day with a view to the maintenance of general peace:
Have resolved to guarantee their benefits to each other reciprocally by a treaty concluded within the framework of the Covenant of the League of Nations and of the Treaties existing between them;
And have, to this effect, nominated for their plenipotentiaries,
Who, after having exchanged their full powers, found in good and due form, have agreed on the following provisions:
In the event of Poland or France suffering from a failure to observe undertakings arrived at this day between them and Germany, with a view to the maintenance of general peace, France and, reciprocally, Poland, acting in application of Article 16 of the Covenant of the League of Nations, undertake to lend each other immediate aid and assistance, if such a failure is accompanied by an unprovoked recourse to arms.
In the event of the Council of the League of Nations, when dealing with a question brought before it in accordance with the said undertakings, being unable to succeed in securing the acceptance of its report by all its members other than the representatives of the parties to the dispute, and in the event of Poland or France being attacked without provocation, France, or reciprocally Poland, acting in application of Article 15, paragraph 7, of the Covenant of the League of Nations, will immediately lend aid and assistance.
Nothing in the present Treaty shall affect the rights and obligations of the High Contracting Parties as members of the League of Nations, or shall be interpreted as restricting the duty of the League to take whatever action may be deemed wise and effectual to safeguard the peace of the world.
The present Treaty shall be registered with the League of Nations in accordance with the Covenant.
The present Treaty shall be ratified. The ratifications shall be deposited at Geneva with the League of Nations, at the same time as the ratification of the Treaty concluded this day between Germany, Belgium, France, Great Britain and Italy and the ratification of the Treaty concluded at same time between Germany and Poland.
It will come into force and remain in force under the same conditions as the said Treaties.
The present Treaty, done in a single copy, will be deposited in the archives of the League of Nations, and the Secretary-General of the League will be requested to transmit certified copies to each of the High Contracting Parties.
Done at Locarno, the Sixteenth of October, Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-five.
(L.S.) (Signed) ARTSTIDE BRIAND.
(L.S.) (Signed) AL. SKRZYNSKI.