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To What Extent was the League of Nations a Success?

To What Extent was the League of Nations a Success?

The First World War claimed the lives of millions and devastated many parts of Europe. In 1919, a new organisation, the League of Nations, was created to encourage countries to work together to maintain peace and settle disputes by negotiation rather than force. In this unit we will look at how the League of Nations worked and its successes and failures in the 1920s and 1930s.

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