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The Documents of the League of Nations Prove the Armenian Genocide In Occasion of the 90th Anniversary of the League of NationsThe Documents of the League of Nations Prove the Armenian Genocide In Occasion of the 90th Anniversary of the League of Nations
The League of Nations started its activities on 10 January, 1920. According to the League Covenant the main organs of the organization were the Assembly, the Council and the Secretariat, headed by the Secretary-General
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This depression and the effects of World War I had left the German economy in tatters. In the 1930s, a German dictator, Adolf Hitler, took advantage of Germany’s troubles to stir up German nationalism
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Depression and Threats to International Peace and Collective Security: Manchuria 1931-3 and Abyssinia 1935-6Depression and Threats to International Peace and Collective Security: Manchuria 1931-3 and Abyssinia 1935-6
The Great Depression is the single greatest reason for the collapse of international peace
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This depression and the effects of World War I had left the German economy in tatters. In the 1930s, a German dictator, Adolf Hitler, took advantage of Germany’s troubles to stir up German nationalism
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Rs later another war broke out, only this time it was not restricted in Europe, but it was fought in Europe, Africa and Asia. There is still some controversy over the causes of this Second World War
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The league of nationsThe league of nations
Collective security: An attack by an aggressor nation on another would be viewed as an attack on all member nations
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Q1- analyze (a) the long-term causes and (b) the short-term causes of the Second World WarQ1- analyze (a) the long-term causes and (b) the short-term causes of the Second World War
Causes that resulted in the initiation of Second World War. The long-term causes generally started right after Versailles and the short-term causes around 1939
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Unit 1: Aspects of International Relations, 1919-2005 Chapter 1: Were the peace treaties of 1919-1923 fair? Page 16Unit 1: Aspects of International Relations, 1919-2005 Chapter 1: Were the peace treaties of 1919-1923 fair? Page 16
How far were the German people dissatisfied with the terms of the Treaty of Versailles? (10 marks)
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The League of Nations The Role of the League of NationsThe League of Nations The Role of the League of Nations
It was suppose to keep the peace by encouraging nations to negotiate (talk) over disputes rather than resorting to war
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To what extent was the League of nations a success in the 1920’s? You decide! Italy (1919)To what extent was the League of nations a success in the 1920’s? You decide! Italy (1919)
Italian government who could not accept that d’Annunzio was seemingly more popular than they were – so they bombarded the port of Fiume and enforced a surrender
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