To what extent was the League of Nations a Success?

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1919
The Paris Peace Conference - Allied Leaders meet and draw up Treaty of Versailles and Other Peace treaties
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1920
The League of Nations set up to sort out disputes between nations fairly.
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1923
Crisis in Germany as France invades the Ruhr and inflation makes money worthless
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1925
The Locarno Treaties - Germany appears to accept the Treaty of Versailles
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1926
Germany joined the League of Nations
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1928
The Kellogg - Briand Pact : Most Nations agree not to go to war to settle International disputes.
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1929
The Wall Street Crash : followed by worldwide economic depression
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1931-1933
The Manchurian Crisis - Japan begins building a Pacific Empire
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1933
Japan Leaves the League
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1933
Hitler Becomes Leader of Germany
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1933-35
Germany Reams
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1935-1936
The Abyssinian Crisis Italy invades Abyssina
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1936
German Troops enter the Rhineland
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1937
Italy leaves the League
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1938
Chamberlain's Policy of appeasement culminates in the Munich Agreement
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1939
Hitler Invades Poland
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The League of Nations set up to sort out disputes between nations fairly.

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Crisis in Germany as France invades the Ruhr and inflation makes money worthless

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The Locarno Treaties - Germany appears to accept the Treaty of Versailles

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Germany joined the League of Nations

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