To What Extent did the League of Nations Fail? Assess if the League of Nations set up after WWI was a success or failure.
The League did not, in the long term, succeed. There were a variety of fundamental, flaws that did not permit the league to succeed. The League, unlike the United Nations, lacked an armed force and depended on the Great Powers to enforce its resolutions, which they were very reluctant to do. Economic sanctions, the most severe measure after military action, were difficult to enforce and had no great impact on the target country. This was because they could simply trade with those outside the League.
The League's two most important members, Britain and France, were reluctant to use sanc…
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