As a result, in 1945, real national income was only about $500 million after the war, about 60% of what it was before the war. In the second year of peace, it is clear that the results will be slightly better in industry and transport, but on the other hand, agricultural production cannot be increased, not least because of the lack of fertilizer and fodder. The value of total production in 1946 can be estimated at about $585 million, or 70 per cent of the pre-war level that takes into account the depreciation of the monetary value. The first year of repair increased to $76 million, or 15 per cent of national income in 1945, and the second year of repair was approximately $60 million, or 11 per cent of the estimated national income in 1946. By way of comparison, it is interesting to note that the repairs that Germany had to pay in the late 1920s and which proved too high amounted on average to only 2.3% of German popular income. From July 1946 to February 1947, delegates from 21 nations met in Paris to decide on the conditions for peace for the five German allies during World War II: Bulgaria, Hungary, Finland, Italy and Romania. Italy was required to cede most of the Istria Peninsula, including Fiume (Rijeka), and some Adriatic islands to Yugoslavia and Dodecanese to Greece; Trieste became a free city, a status it retained until 1954. Italy also had to accept some minor border adjustments and renounce all applications in Africa. Romania recaptured Transylvania, but ceded Bessarabia (Moldova) and Northern Buclove to the Soviet Union.
Bulgaria`s sovereignty over South Dobrodja, which it had reclaimed from Romania in 1940, has been confirmed. Hungary remained limited to the boundaries of the Treaty of Trianon. Finally, Finland had to cede Petsamo to the Soviet Union. A peace agreement with Austria was not concluded until 1955, while fiercely allied conflicts over the partition of Germany during the Cold War prevented the conclusion of a peace agreement with Germany until German reunification in 1990. … Part of Ukraine in the 1947 Paris Peace Treaty. The Transcarpaths, which returned from Hungary to Czechoslovakia in 1944, were ceded to Ukraine in 1945 by a Czech-Soviet government agreement. In 1945, Ukraine became a founding member of the United Nations and then signed peace treaties… With regard to the last paragraph of the article, the Delegation wished to mention that a uniform procedure for resolving all differences resulting from the interpretation and implementation of the peace treaty, as proposed in Article 33, should be adopted in a Finnish opinion. … New peace treaty, signed in Paris on February 10, 1947, which restored the borders of Trianon, with a correction in favor of Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union. It imposed a $300 million repair bill on the anti-Jungarn and limited its armed forces.
Implementation of the treaty provisions should… Signed on 10 February in Paris by the winners of the Second World War (1939-1945) and the former allies of Fascist Germany in Europe – Italy, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Finland. In accordance with the decisions of the Potsdam Conference of 1945, draft treaties were drawn up at the first session of the Council of Foreign Ministers (London, September-October 1945). the Conference of Foreign Ministers of the USSR, the United States and the United Kingdom (Moscow, December 1945); The Conference of Deputy Ministers of Foreign Affairs (London, February-April 1946); And the second meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers (Paris, April-July 1946). The draft treaties were discussed at the 1946 Paris Peace Conference.