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The successes and failures of the League of Nations
In the 1920s, the League of Nations achieved some significant successes involving the international community. One of the main achievements was making agreements that were designed to solve international conflict and sustain global peace. The League managed to solve disputes over the Upper Silesia, Aaland Islands, Bulgaria, and other small nations. It also addressed the issues of health, transport, refugees, working conditions and other social problems around the world.
The League of Nations was successful in maintaining a temporary democratic structure in unstable areas, whilst organisin…
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