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How successful was the League In the 1920s
When the League was constructed, a covenant set out the aims of the League of Nations.
*To discourage aggression from any nation
*To encourage countries to co-operate, especially in business and trade
*To encourage Nations to disarm
*To improve the living and working conditions of people in all parts of the world
By settling border disputes such as the Aaland Islands were Sweden and Finland both wanted control over the Aalands, which where midway between both countries. They threatened to fight, but then appealed to the League of Nations. Then after studying the situation clos…
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