The League Of Nations

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GCSE History Mind Map on The League Of Nations, created by luke.hopper97 on 05/07/2013.

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The League Of Nations
1 Background
1.1 Set up by the T.O.V
1.2 Ideally like a "World Parliament"
1.3 Based in Geneva
1.4 42 countries joined at the start
1.5 USA did not join
1.6 USSR Did not join
1.7 Germany not allowed to join
1.8 Britain and France leading members
2 Aims (SIDE)
2.1 Stop war
2.2 Improve working conditions
2.3 Disarmament
2.4 Enforce the TOV
3 Powers of The League
3.1 Covenant - Keeping the peace
3.2 Condemnation
3.3 Arbitration
3.4 Sanctions
4 Structure
4.1 Assembly - met once a year
4.2 Council - Met 4-5 times a year
4.3 Agencies - Slavery, COIJ, Health, ILO, Refugee
4.4 Secretariat - organise the league
5 International Agreements
5.1 Dawes Plan - Prevent conflict through money lending to Germany
5.2 Locarno Treaties - Germany accepted TOV boarders decisions
5.3 Kellog Briand Pact - Countries agreed to try and solve disputes peacefully
6 Failures in the 1920s
6.1 Poland (1920) - took land from russia, poles ignored decision
6.2 Disarmament (1932) - Disarmament talks failed as Gemany demanded more weapons
6.3 Kellog Briand Pact - Countries just ignored it
6.4 Corfu (1923) - Mussolini ignored the leagues decision
6.5 Jobs - ILO failed to agree to a 48 hour week
6.6 Invasion of the Ruhr- France invaded Ruhr to get reparation payments
7 Successes of the League
7.1 Reparations 1921 - Germans refused to pay - F & B invaded Germany to make them pay
7.2 Aaland islands 1921 - Finland and Sweden
7.3 Bulgaria 1925 - Greece/ Bulgaria
7.4 Slaves and disease
7.5 Refugees 1922 - returned refugees to their home
7.6 Economy
7.7 Drugs
8 Manchuria 1935
8.1 Japan invaded parts of China
8.2 Henry Pu'i put in charge

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