The aims and methods of the League of Nations between 1931 and 1935
The League of Nations was formaed after the countries that had been involved in the first world war decided they needed an alternative way of solving international problems to avoid another war. The league's main aim was to keep the peace. The League's main methods were disarmament to reduce suspicion and having as many members as possible for collective security. The League did not actually have an army and depended on the main powers Britain and France to take action. If problems occurred and conferences failed, sanctions were imposed on the country causing problems. Between 1931 a…
- An overview of what modern historian Hammond wrote about the Peloponnesian League.
- The aims and methods of the League of Nations between 1931 and 1935
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