The Failure Of The League Of Nations

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Many may believe that the League of Nations was doomed to failure from the start, as the doors of their Geneva headquarters opened many say that it was built on unstable foundations and that the very idea of it was a grave misjudgment by the powers that were. It’s believed to be true that the League of Nations was marred with many fundamental flaws from the beginning. The League of Nations was formed shortly after the end of the First World War. It was an idea that President Wilson introduced as an international police force to maintain peace and to ensure the devastating atrocities like the First World War ever happening again. The principle mission of the League of Nations was to maintain World Peace. Their failure as the international peacekeeping organization to maintain world peace brought the outbreak of Second World War. Their failure in policing and preventing peace in settling disputes throughout Europe, erupted into the most devastating war ever. Through my analysis of the failures of the League of Nations to maintain world peace, my arguments will demonstrate the understandings of the reasons and events that created the most devastating environment for the Second World War. In early 1920 the League officially began working, it was not sufficiently complete in that all the foundations were not yet in place for it to be built up properly, however is started. When the league initially started everyone had different notions of what the organization should be and
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