24 Int'l Conciliation 215 (1946)
Reparation from Germany: Final Act and Annex of the Paris Conference on Reparation, November 9-December 21, 1945.

handle is hein.journals/intcon24 and id is 245 raw text is: REPARATION FROM GERMANY
FINAL ACT AND ANNEX OF THE PARIS CONFERENCE
ON REPARATION I
CONFERENCE RECOMMENDATION
The Paris Conference on Reparation, which has met from 9 No-
vember 1945 to 2 1 December 1945, recommends that the Govern-
ments represented at the Conference should sign in Paris as soon
as possible an Agreement on Reparation from Germany, on the
Establishment of an Inter-Allied Reparation Agency and on the
Restitution of Monetary Gold in the terms set forth below.2
DRAFT AGREEMENT ON REPARATION FROM GERMANY, ON THE
ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INTERALLIED REPARATION AGENCY
AND ON THE RESTITUTION OF MONETARY GOLD
The Governments of Albania, The United States of America,
Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Egypt, France, The United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Greece, India,
Luxembourg, Norway, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Czecho-
slovakia, the Union of South Africa and Yugoslavia, in order to
obtain an equitable distribution among themselves of the total
assets which, in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement
and the Provisions agreed upon at Potsdam on I August 1945 be-
tween the Governments of the United States of America, the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, are or may be declared to be
available as reparation from Germany (hereinafter referred to as
German reparation), in order to establish an Inter-Allied Repara-
tion Agency, and to settle an equitable procedure for the restitu-
tion of monetary gold,
HAVE AGREED as follows:
IReprinted from the Department of State Bulletin, Vol. XIV, No. 343,
January 27, 1946.
2 On January 14 the following governments signed the agreement: United
States, France, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Belgium, Yugoslavia, and
Luxembourg. The signatures represent 84.15 per cent of Category A quotas,
thus bringing the agreement into effect as of January 14.

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