On the 17th September 1978 the Camp David Accords, which led to the first ever peace treaty between Israel and an Arab state, were signed by Egyptian President Anwar El Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin.
The 28th June saw both the trigger and the definitive end of the First World War.
On the 7th March 1936, the German Army under control of Adolf Hitler violated international agreements by remilitarising the Rhineland.
On the 10th January 1920, the Treaty of Versailles came into effect.
Germany and Russia signed the secret Reinsurance Treaty that ensured they would each remain neutral if the other went to war with a third European power.
On the 16th April 1922, former First World War enemies Germany and Russia signed the Treaty of Rapallo.
On the 3rd March 1918 the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk was signed between Russia and the Central Powers.
On the 13th January 1935, the Territory of the Saar Basin voted to reunite with Germany.
On the 11th January 1923, French and Belgian troops marched into Germany and occupied the industrial Ruhr area.
On the 15th October 1923, the Rentenmark was introduced in Weimar Germany in an attempt to stop the hyperinflation crisis that had crippled the economy.