The Franco-German Border Treaty is signed in Paris. This agreement guarantees the existing borders and determines the reallocation of areas located east and west of the Rhine.
[Overesch/Saal, p. 259]
Düsseldorf, Duisburg and Ruhrort, which had all been occupied during the occupation of the Ruhr, are vacated by Belgian and French troops.
[Kolb, p. 355]
At a rally of the Austrian-German People’s Association, President of the Reichstag Paul Löbe (SPD) campaigns for the union of Germany and Austria.
[Overesch/Saal, p. 260]