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The Manchurian and the Abyssinian Crisis hurt the League of Nations equally.
I think both the Manchurian Crisis and the Abyssinian Crisis damaged the League equally. They both showed the League's weaknesses and how ineffective it was. Both crises showed that the members of the League were only acting in their own interests and that the members of the League disregarded their own rules.
The situation in Manchuria was similar. Japan, who was also a leading member of the League, lacked natural resources. They became desperate and invaded Manchuria in 1931. The Japanese were anxious to escape from the depression. They kicked out the Chinese and renamed Manchuria- Manc…
- Cuban Missile Crisis
- The Manchurian and the Abyssinian Crisis hurt the League of Nations equally.
- Thirteen Days A Memoir of the Cuban Missile Crisis, by Kennedy, Robert F
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