All of those have in common the aspect of a multilateral agreement between countries that attempts to avoid war and also protect other countries sovereignty.
Held at Memorial Continental Hall in downtown Washington DC, it resulted in three major treaties: Four-Power Treaty, Five-Power Treaty (
The correct answer is A) they were attempts at promoting world peace without the League of Nations.
The Washington Naval Conference, the Nine-power Treaty and the Kellogg-Brian Pact have in common the following: they were attempts at promoting world peace without the League of Nations.
The Washington Arms Conference, better known as the Washington Naval Conference, was a series of conferences held at Memorial Continental Hall in Washington D.C. United States President Harvey invited nine nations to these conferences held from 1921 to 1922, without the League of Nations. The countries that participated were Great Britain, China, France, Japan, Netherlands, Portugal, and Belgium.
The conference’s topic was the arms control in the world. The result of the conferences were three treaties: the Four-power Treaty, the Five-power Treaty, and the Nine-power Treaty. The Kellog-Brian Pact of 1928 was an agreement signed by France, Germany, and the United States that was aimed at not using war as a method to resolve differences.
The best answer is A
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