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, which took place in 1923.
Corfu is an island off the coast of Greece. In 1923, 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 Assembly and the Security…
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