The Abysinnian Crisis 2

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Italy and Abyssinia were close to the countries in the...
League and would've been effective
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The League condemned Italy's invasion as an act of aggression and...
trade ended with Italy immediately (plus imports), but took 2 months for thee League to make decisions on other sanctions
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Britain and France didn't want to Mussolini to Hitler so...
they didn't want him to take oveer Abysinnnia
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Limited sanctions were placed on Italy but supplies neede for the invasion...
(coal, oil, iron and steal) were excluded from the sanctions
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USA supplied oil to Italy, and France continued to provide...
iron and steal but Britain was afraid that if coal was included, it woud lead to increased unemployment in the industry in Br
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Br + Fr could have stopped It by closing of the Suez Canal in Egypt as it...
water to travel between Europe and Asia without having to navigate around Africa
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They could have stopped the Italien ships on their way to Abysinnia but...
didn't want to loose their friendship ith Mussolini
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The refusal of stopping the goods and not closing the canal, it shows how...
Br + Fr put their own countries before the League
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The effect of the crisis on the League - Italy walked out of the League in...
May 1936
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The crisis marked the end of the League as a means of...
keeping peace
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Only Britain, France and...
the USSR (joined in 1934) were left
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Hitler took advantage of the crisis to marching troops into the...
Rhineland in March 1936, thinking that Br and Fr were procuupied
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The crisis ended the Stresa Front, a front against...
Germany between Italy, France and Britain in 1935
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In 1936, Mussolini signed the Rome-Berlin axis with...
Hitler, which ended the hopes of the alliance between Italy and Br + Fr
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In 1937, this was extended when...
Japan joined the axis
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It became the...
Anti-Comintern Pact (anit-communism pact)
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Italy formally withdrew in...
1937
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Europe was clearly dividing into...
two separate sides
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Card 2

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trade ended with Italy immediately (plus imports), but took 2 months for thee League to make decisions on other sanctions

Back

The League condemned Italy's invasion as an act of aggression and...

Card 3

Front

they didn't want him to take oveer Abysinnnia

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

(coal, oil, iron and steal) were excluded from the sanctions

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

iron and steal but Britain was afraid that if coal was included, it woud lead to increased unemployment in the industry in Br

Back

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