Reichstag Peace Resolution

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The Reichstag Peace Resolution passed by the German Reichstag on July 19, 1917 with the support of the Social Democrats, the Catholic Center Party, and the Progressive People's Party was an attempt to seek a negotiated peace in World War I. The resolution called for no annexations, no indemnities, freedom of the seas, and international arbitration. It was ignored by the German High Command, and by the Allied Powers.