|17 Point Plan|
|Axis and Allied Cooperation Plan|
|Type of treaty||Peace Plan|
|Drafted||24 December 1944|
| May 19, 1945|
|Sealed||June 3, 1945|
|Effective||June 8, 1945|
|Signatories||Axis and Allies|
|Languages||English, German, Russian, Spanish, Swedish|
The 17 Point Plan was an Australian treaty, created to end the Second World War, and bring peace between the Axis and Allied powers.
- Egypt will be given independence, but Germany will retain the Suez Canal Zone.
- Palestine and Syria will be given independence.
- France will reclaim most of France
- Belgium will be given independence
- Denmark will be given independence
- Tunisia will be given independence
- Madagascar and all surrounding islands will be given independence
- Sudan will be given independence
- Germany will retain parts of Eastern France and Holland. (This is to protect the Ruhr industrial area.)
- Southern Algeria will be given to France
- Gibraltar will be given back to Britain.
- Holland will remain under occupation.
- Italy will pull out of France
- Italy will retain Yugoslavia but lose the rest of their conquests.
- Italy will withdraw from Sudan.
- Alsace and Lorraine will vote on whether they shall be French or German.
- Britain will withdraw from Iceland.