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Second World War. The League of Nations. President Woodrow Wilson proposed the Fourteen Points: The League of Nations. 1918. LN established (headquarter: Geneva in Switzerland) (There were 41 founder members). 1920. What were the weaknesses or Shortcomings of the League of Nations:

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The league of nations

Second World War

The League of Nations

President Woodrow Wilson proposed the Fourteen Points: The League of Nations

1918

LN established (headquarter: Geneva in Switzerland)

(There were 41 founder members)

1920

What were the weaknesses or Shortcomings of the League of Nations:

1) The isolation policy of the United States.

2) Absence of peace-keeping force.

3) Britain and France did not give full

support for the League ofNations’ peace-

keeping activities.

The U.S. had never joined the LN

1931

Manchuria Incident

1932

The Lytton Report

Japan withdrew from the LN

Germany withdrew from the LN

1933

Italy attacked Abyssinia

The LN applied economic sanction on Italy

1935

Italy withdrew from the LN

1937

The weaknesses of the League of Nations failed to stop the aggression of the totalitarian states. It was one of the causes of the Second World War.

Britain and France did not fully apply the economic sanction

1946


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