Second London Naval Treaty

The Second London Naval Disarmament Conference opened in London, the United Kingdom, on December 9, 1935. It resulted in the Second London Naval Treaty which was signed on March 25, 1936.
The signatories were the governments of France, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America. The government of Japan, which had been a signatory of the First London Naval Treaty, had withdrawn from the conference on January 15. Italy also declined to sign the treaty, largely as a result of public hostility over her invasion of Abyssinia.

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