Essays Tagged: "League of Nation"

This essay tells why the Germans oppose the treaty of Versailles.

o to Belgium and France. Germany will loose all its colonies which would all became mandates of the League of Nations. This meant that they would be run by one of the victorious powers until they were ...

(2 pages) 20 0 3.0 Feb/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War I

March 2nd 2004 "The weakness of peace treaties is that they tend to address the past war rather than the future peace." With reference to WWI, show how far you concur with this assertion?

zig, an important German port and its 300 000 Germans was named a "Free City" to by governed by the League and Memel, another important port was seized to a new country, Lithuania. These territorial a ... ovisions of the treaties were based on future peace and it was just that it was not enforced by the League of Nations or the nations that signed the treaty.

(5 pages) 28 0 4.5 Mar/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War II

Germany disliked the "Treaty of Versailles" only because of the following reasons: a) Loss of land b) Cuts in their armed forces c) Reparations Do you agree with this statement?

. When the Versailles Treaty was signed, few of Wilson's fourteen points were adhered to, though a 'League of Nations' was set up. The League of Nations was set up as a peacekeeping force to prevent f ... e warnings of his doctors, made a national tour to mobilize public sentiment for the treaty and the League. On 25th September 1919 exhausted after two months of touring, he suffered a stroke and nearl ...

(14 pages) 114 0 4.5 Apr/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

An in depth analysis of Pesident Wilson and the policies that he supported during his time as an american president

matic crises like those that had sparked the war. This internation organization became known as the League of Nations, and this organization would provide a forum for nations to discuss and settle the ... w the new boundaries not being able to satisfy their particular demands for self-determination. The League of Nations was strongly opposed to also. People thought it created a threat to the U.S. forei ...

(4 pages) 41 0 3.5 Apr/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers

Different aims of the three leaders: Clemenceau, Lloyd-George and Wilson and purpose and intent of the League of Nations when it was established in 1921.

ion. Some of his more general points were the freedom of the seas, free trade and the creation of a League of Nations which observed world events and offered peaceful solutions. "A statement that I on ... ench border with Germany was safe from another German attack and they created the organisation, the League of Nations, that would end warfare throughout the world.Clemenceau seemed the most satisfied ...

(9 pages) 63 1 5.0 Jun/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

The League of Nations: Strengths and Weaknesses

Some may argue that the League of Nations was a success while other would say it was a total failure, but, failure or not, t ... its time. But nonetheless, the organisation had various flaws that contributed to its downfall. The League was created simply because Woodrow Wilson demanded it, in 1919 after the end of World War I. ... of forty-two countries and by the 1930s, the number rose to sixty. There were various flaws in the League, but it still achieved many things in its short life. The League of Nations had four main fun ...

(4 pages) 42 0 3.5 Mar/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > International Organizations & Conflicts

What hurt the League more, the Manchurian Crisis or the Abyssinian Crisis?

of the most important crises that happened during those agesthis time, which consequently made the League of Nations to lose the its power.The Manchurian crisis, happened in 1931, and was about when ... ression. They took Manchuria, which was in the northeast of China, and renamed it as Manchukou. The League of Nations sent the Lytton Commission, trying to make sure it knew what was happening between ...

(2 pages) 21 0 3.5 Mar/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

All about the League of Nations in the 30s!!!!!!!

The League of Nation was found after the Paris peace conference. The reason of creating the League of Na ... s and to make the relationships between the countries around the world. Woodrow Wilson proposed the League of Nation in 1919, and it was made in 1920.In 1919, 42 countries joined the League, it contai ... In 1919, 42 countries joined the League, it contained 32 allied power and 12 neutral countries. The League was hoping America would join, but the Americans didn't join because the Senate didn't agree ...

(3 pages) 54 2 3.4 Apr/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

The global impact of two minor European conflicts in the early 1920s.

During the 1920s the League of Nations was fairly successful. The way they solved their problems and resolving conflicts ... an Italian general was killed in Corfu. Italy claims that the general was there doing work for the League of Nations. When Mussolini heard the death of his general he was mad, so he blamed Greece for ... he blamed Greece for the general's death. He used this excuse to invade Corfu. The Greeks asked the League of Nations for help. The League of Nations solved the conflict by first having a meeting that ...

(3 pages) 23 0 4.0 Nov/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

The League of Nations' Power of Arbitration successfully in action using two specific examples.

The League of Nations was an organization there to maintain the peace in our world by solving disputes. ... ever, have they really achieved their aim? Were they successful? According to historical facts, the League of Nation has achieved six major successes in compromises of disputes, known as the SAMBOK; t ... Bulgaria really a success or was Corfu truly a failure? Having solved these problems increased the League's reputation or diminishes it? Personally, I believe the two events have both gained and dimi ...

(5 pages) 16 0 3.7 Nov/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > International Organizations & Conflicts

Did the actions in Corfu & Bulgaria add or diminish the League of Nations' reputation up to 1925 and beyond?

The successes and failures of the League all came and depended from the so-called covenant of the treaty. Their goal was to maintain c ... covenant of the treaty. Their goal was to maintain country's co-operation, peace and security. The League of Nations was very successful in many different ways in the beginning of 1920s. Since after ... alaria and many other diseases were one of the great problems in Europe at this period of time. The League of Nations investigated in fighting diseases such as malaria and typhus. They also shut down ...

(2 pages) 23 0 3.0 Dec/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Italian and Greek Aggression in the early 1920s.

The League of Nations did many things to sully its reputation. One of these was the Corfu incident, whic ... 3, an Italian general, Tellini, was assassinated by Greek partisans while on an assignment from the League of Nations. Benito Mussolini, the leader of Italy, was furious and blamed Greece. He sent in ... parts of his army to invade and occupy Corfu, under the pretense of investigating. Greece asked the League of Nations for help.The Council of the League met, with meetings for both the General Assembl ...

(2 pages) 27 0 3.5 Dec/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

To what extent had the hopes of the peacemakers of 1918-19 been fulfilled in Europe by 1929?

ries and was a threat to the preservation of peace.The treaty also provided for the creation of the League of Nations, a major goal of US president Woodrow Wilson. The League of Nations was intended t ... ague of Nations was intended to arbitrate international disputes and thereby avoid future wars. The League of Nations has achieved significant successes in a number of areas. First success was the sol ...

(3 pages) 22 0 4.0 Dec/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

How did the Corfu incident affect the outbreak of World War II?

invade and conquer Corfu, an island between Greece and Albania, on August 31,1923. Greece asked the League of Nations to judge the case; the League used its mighty power of condemnation to condemn Ita ... e used its mighty power of condemnation to condemn Italy's actions after Greece promised to pay the League some reparations that was for Italy after the assassins were discovered, but Mussolini comple ...

(6 pages) 17 0 3.3 Jan/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History

The Japanese Occupation of Manchuria and the Effects of the Incident.

was weak and inevitably the real power lay in the hands of Japanese officials. Many members of The League of Nations were appalled by this blatant violation of the Kellogg-Briand pact (to which Japan ... hing more than an opportunity for them to gain more land and resources. The General Assembly of the League of Nations voted to condemn Japan (only Japan and Thailand abstained). The League was present ...

(5 pages) 29 0 3.7 Jan/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

Germany: criticize the treaty of Versailles, and why was it so hard for them to accept the treaty?

other countries would leave Germany with a huge chance of hyperinflation.Not being able to join the League of Nations left Germany angry, and now that the Kaiser had gone and a new democratic governme ...

(1 pages) 823 1 1.0 Sep/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

The most important reason for the failure of the League of Nations was it's lack of army. Do you agree?

Sub-questions(Give explanations for the original concept of the League and it's members.Name countries that were not permitted to join and the reasons why.Pinpoint ... o the failure of the group by naming one or two cases which they did not acknowledge correctly.)The League of Nations was an international police force, which was originally part of Woodrow Wilson's " ... e aims and laws that were stated are all derived from the perspective international cooperation.The league wanted to discourage aggression and the anger present between countries to prevent another wa ...

(4 pages) 4558 0 3.0 Oct/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > International Organizations & Conflicts

Was the League of the Nations a Stupid Idea?

war. We must win it in such a way to keep the future peace of the world." Thus, he helped form the League of Nations in 1920. Theoretically, the establishment of the League of Nations was an excellen ... useless and stupid, for its aims were dreams that were beyond God. However, it is not true that the League was unsuccessful due to its high aims. What made the formation of League really stupid were t ...

(6 pages) 15 1 4.0 Nov/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > International Organizations & Conflicts

Account for the sucesses and failures of the league of nations

Account for the successes and failures of the League of Nations.In order to ascertain what the successes and failures of the League of Nations wer ... of the League of Nations were, and account for them, I intend both to look at the structure of the League of Nations and to look toward the involvement of the League of Nations in World events and di ... ace Conference (January 18th 1919 - January 16th 1920) accepted the proposals for the creation of a League of Nations. On January the 27th, a committee was elected to draught a Covenant. By April the ...

(8 pages) 32 0 0.0 Dec/2006

Subjects: Law & Government Essays

To what Extent was the League of Nations successful in the 1920s?

"The League had no means of enforcing its decisions other than the effect of world opinion. If a power ch ... n the effect of world opinion. If a power chose to be defiant, there was nothing effective that the League could do." S Reed Brett wrote this in the book, European History 1900-1960, in 1967. This quo ... an History 1900-1960, in 1967. This quote exactly described the situation and the conditions of the League of Nations in the 1920s. They were successful in preventing minor conflicts between countries ...

(6 pages) 16 0 2.0 Dec/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > International Organizations & Conflicts