The Washington Peace Conference was the meeting between the victorious Allied Powers and the defeated Greater Entente. Russia and Japan were excluded from the conference having withdrawn from World War I before it ended.
The treaty included over 30 nations, the major decisions of the treaty was the carving of the British Empire, the creation of the League of Nation as well as multiple treaties signed with the defeated states as the Conference started in July 1928 and ended in April 1933 with the signing with the Treaty of Silver Spring between the United States and the German Empire. Though the result of the Conference led to the emergence of the US and Germany as Superpowers leading to a small cold war between both sides.
Overview and Results
The Conference Opened up on the 4th July 1928, which was a symbolic date since it was Independence Day in which the US gained independence from the United Kingdom shortly after the Siege of Yorktown which led to the surrender of General Cromwell.
Treaty of Baltimore, 24 October 1928 (British Empire-Colonial and Overseas)
Treaty of Frederick, 14 December 1928 (Mexico- 1st)
Treaty of Lexington Park, 4 January 1929 (Canada)
Treaty of Towson, 28 August 1929 (India)
Treaty of Hagerstown, 26 January 1930 (Australia-New Zealand )
Treaty of Winchester, 9 April 1930 (South Africa)
Treaty of Annapolis, 27 July 1930 (Egypt)
Treaty of Easton, 30 November 1930 (Serbia-Romania)
Treaty of Bethesda, 24 August 1931 (Portugal)
Treaty of Alexandria, 4 February 1932 (Arabia)
Treaty of Rocksville, 3 June 1932 (Persia)
Treaty of Silver Springs, 5 October 1932 (British Empire-Homeland/Mexico- 2nd)