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The League of Nations was created during the conference in Versailles France 1919 when Woodrow Wilson the president of United States came up with fourteen points The League of Nations was a point of Woodrow Wilsons fourteen points It was created to stop wars by working out the problems with each other to improve the world to get rid of weapons and to enforce the Treaty of Versailles The League of Nations wasnt welcomed in the United States when Woodrow Wilson was the one who created it It also had many problems in 1919 as well as it had some good decisions made in Corfu and some not so good decisions made in Bulgaria The League was successful in the 20s but it failed in the 30s and overall the league failed After the Treaty of Versailles Woodrow Wilson went back to his country and told his people about the League of Nations No one liked the idea of being involved with the League so in order to get more support he tried to pass it through congress but they disagreed as well His own people disagreed because they didnt want to give up its control over its own country nor did they want to be a world policeman If they agreed to be part of the League they would have to give in money the most for they were the richest country Not only this the German-Americans also fought against the idea They fought against the idea because they were German and Germany was forbid to be part of the League The German-Americans didnt like how the League is treating Germany so therefore they didnt want to be part of it The League of Nations had many problems in 1919 The main problem was that other countries didnt trust the league Other countries didnt trust the League because United States didnt join and they were the ones who came up with the idea Also
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