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The League of Nations was founded to make the world a better place Its aim was to stop the war improve peoples lives disarm and enforce the Treaty of Versailles However it turned out to be useless and there many reasons for its failure First of all US which were the country that came up with the idea of The League of Nations did not join It was the strongest country and was the major power of the world and they were very rich For example after the WWI the economy of America went into a high speed development From 1920 to 1929 the Gross National Product of Americans increased from 862 billion dollars to 1044 billion dollars and 485 of the worlds industrial products came from America the gold reserve of America was 555 of the worlds reserve So without America The League of Nations power of sanctions wouldnt work that well because most of the products that people needed were made in America it didnt matter if a country in The League of Nations couldnt trade with other countries which were also from the League of Nations all of them could and had to trade with America which was the country that wasnt in The League of Nations The League of Nations needed money from the members but the country which had the most powerful economy was America so The League of Nations didnt get enough economic support The second point is the aims of The League of Nations were unrealistic The members in The League of Nations betrayed it Even all the members promised they wouldnt break the peace and signed the Article 10 some of the members still broke their promise For example Japan kept invading China Italy seized Corfu in 1923Two of the reasons why The League of Nations was founded were to stop war and disarm But these examples show that the purposes of The League of Nations were
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