League of Nations Part 1 (The beginning)

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  • League of Nations
    • How was it organised?
      • The Assembly
        • Met once a year
        • Each country had one vote
        • Could only recommend to council
        • Every member had a vote in the Assembly and the Council
          • The Council
            • Met 3 times a year or in emergency
            • Some temporary members
            • Five permannt members
              • Britain
              • France
              • Italy
              • Japan
              • Germany (1926)
      • The Council
        • Met 3 times a year or in emergency
        • Some temporary members
        • Five permannt members
          • Britain
          • France
          • Italy
          • Japan
          • Germany (1926)
      • Secretariat
        • Carried out the work of the League
        • Like civil service
      • Special Commissions
        • Mandates
        • Refugees
        • Slavery
        • Health Organisation
        • Worked to improve working conditions
      • International Labour Organisation
        • Worked to improve working conditions
      • Permanent Court of International Justice
    • Who was in it?
      • USA
      • Britain
      • France
      • Italy
      • Germany (1926)
    • Why was it created?
      • From Woodrow Wilson's 14 points
      • Intended to police world
        • Began in January 1920
        • 42 members to start with
          • About 60 by 1930s
        • All members followed a Covenant of 26 rules
        • Every member had a vote in the Assembly and the Council
          • Could warn countries, apply economic sanctions and send troops in
          • Tried to improve social conditions
          • Permanent International Court of Justice decided on border disputes
      • What were the aims?
        • Stop aggression
        • Disarmament
        • Encourage Cooperation
        • Improve living and working conditions

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