Failures of The League of Nations in the 1930s

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Failures of The League of Nations in the 1930s

Manchuria

Japan invaded Manchuria because:

.Japan's economy had suffered from the depression, especially its silk trade

.Japan wanted an empire in Manchuria as it was rich in natural resources

.Japan's population was fast growing so they needed living space

Japan blew up their own railway in Manchuria and blamed it on China. They began to invade. China appealed to the League. The league asked both sides to stop fighting and return to their territory. The league sent…

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