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This isnt really an essay its just a summary of the actions of the League of Nations that might come in handy if you have no notesExtracts from the Covenant of the LeagueTo promote international co-operation and to achieved international peace and security-by the acceptance of obligations not to resort to war-by the prescription of open just and honourable relations between nations-by the firm establishment of international law as the rule of conduct between governments-by the maintenance of justice and a scrupulous respect for all treaty obligations in the dealings of organised people with one anotherSuccesses and Failures of the LeagueVilna 1920- Both Lithuania and Poland claimed Vilna but it was given to Lithuania even though it had a majority Polish population In 1920 Poland occupied Vilna and refused to leave This was definitely one league member showing aggression against another the League didnt want to get involved The League wanted to leave Poland alone as it was a strong barrier between Germany and communist Russia In 1923 the League of Nations confirmed Polands occupation of VilnaVerdict on the League Weak and uselessThe Aaland Islands 1921- These islands are situated about halfway between Norway and Sweden Both had made a claim for tem and were ready to fight but they invited the League to make a judgement on the dispute The League decided that the islands should go to Finland and Sweden accepted thisVerdict on the League A satisfactory outcome but only because the nations in the dispute were willing to accept the Leagues authorityUpper Silesia 1921- This was a plebiscite area defined by the League Germany and Poland were both determined to get it as it was very important for industry In the plebiscite people voted in favour of Germany 700000 to 480000 The League partitioned the area the Germans got over half the land and population where Poland got most of the industry Germany was not pleased with this but both countries acceptedVerdict
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