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In the 1930s there were two crises that happened in Manchuria and Abyssinia which extremely embarrassed the League of Nations and finally in the end no more countries relied on the league it anymore The crises were provocative to other countries and inevitable as Japan and Italy they both were both in the leagues security council and could have vetoed any action against them In 1929 the Wall Street market crashed and countries went bankrupt the US did no longer care about other countries but only to increase their its own wealth which encouraged the growth of Fascist states Thus and democracy were was not so trusted as much as before Therefore Japan the countries a country that was small mainly agricultural and relied on international trading wanted to get out of the depression to build their its own empire in Asia In 1931 Japan invaded Manchuria to get the resources they needed from it there such as the were woods oil and lands Manchuria had many other resources they wanted and therefore they invaded to kick out the government and renamed Manchuria the Manchoukou it was to be governed by Japan In response the League of Nations decided to condemn Japan ordered them to leave Manchuria but iInstead they Japan simply left the lLeague in 1933 Sanctions was were not used applied on against Japan by the league after that however because too many countries had trading links with Japan For this reason they didnt listen to the league and kept on trading with themJapan In fact the league did nothing as long as the UK and France the main powers didnt want a war no agreements were done made even on stopping weapons trade with Japan The result to of this was that everyone was ashamed of the League as they couldnt do anything in the crisis Japan became extremely proud of their army when they easily defeated the weak Chinese troops furthermore
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