Political map of Northern Africa 30 March 1912 (Treaty of Fez): The Agadir Crisis was resolved in late 1911 when Germany agreed to accept French control of Morocco (French conquest of Morocco) in return for a substantial cession of territory from French Equatorial Africa to German Kamerun (Neukamerun). In March 1912 the Treaty of Fez established a French protectorate in Morocco, with another treaty later that year (Treaty Between France and Spain Regarding Morocco) recognizing Spanish claims in the north and south of the country (Spanish Morocco).