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Disarmament and the International Treaties

Disarmament and the International Treaties

By the mid 1920s, it was widely believed that a build-up of arms by all sides had helped to cause the First World War. In 1925, the League set up a commission to plan a disarmament conference, but Britain and France would not co-operate and the conference never took place.



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