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The History Learning Site, 17 Mar However, in the honeymoon period of its first few years when there appeared to be a genuine desire for peace after the horrors of World War Onethe League did have successes, though these tended to be in areas that had little strategic or economic importance.
The League was successful in the Aaland Islands in These islands are nearly equally distant between Finland and Sweden. They had traditionally belonged to Finland but most of the islanders wanted to be governed by Sweden.
Neither Sweden nor Finland could come to a decision as to who owned the islands and in they asked the League to adjudicate. Both countries accepted the decision and it remains in force to this day.
In the same year,the League was equally successful in Upper Silesia. The Treaty of Versailles had given the people of Upper Silesia the right to have a referendum on whether they wanted to be part of Weimar Germany or part of Poland. In this referendum,voted for Germany andfor Poland.
This close result resulted in rioting between those who expected Silesia to be made part of Weimar Germany and those who wanted to be part of Poland. The League was asked to settle this dispute. Inthe League was successful in resolving a problem in Memel.
Most people who lived in Memel were Lithuanians and, therefore, the government of Lithuania believed that the port should be governed by it.
However, the Treaty of Versailles had put Memel and the land surrounding the port under the control of the League. For three years, a French general acted as a governor of the port but in the Lithuanians invaded the port. Lithuania agreed to this decision. Though this can be seen as a League success — as the issue was settled — a counter argument is that what happened was the result of the use of force and that the League responded in a positive manner to those the Lithuanians who had used force.
In the same year,the League faced further problems in Turkey. The League failed to stop a bloody war in Turkey see League failures but it did respond to the humanitarian crisis caused by this war. Typhoid and cholera were rampant.
Money was also invested in seeds, wells and digging tools and bywork was found forpeople. Both these nations have a common border. Insentries patrolling this border fired on one another and a Greek soldier was killed. The Greek army invaded Bulgaria as a result.
The Bulgarians asked the League for help and the League ordered both armies to stop fighting and that the Greeks should pull out of Bulgaria. Both nations accepted the decision.December- The company Artprice is now listed on the SBF and has crossed the 2 million customers threshold.
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Transcript of League of Nations 's, Success or Failure? League of Nations 's, Success or Failure? Learning Outcomes What were the main aims of the League of Nations?
To explain using relevant information how the incidents were successes or failures of the League in the ’s using the case studies of Corfu , and Bulgaria . In the John Waters-esque sector of northwest Baltimore -- equal parts kitschy, sketchy, artsy and weird -- Gerry Mak and Sarah Magida sauntered through a small ethnic market stocked with Japanese eggplant, mint chutney and fresh turmeric.
League of Nations: Successes and Failures: Key words: Upper Silesia, Revival of the economy, Humanitarian work, Invasion of the Ruhr, The Corfu League helped return prisoners of war to their own countries and found homes for countless refugees.
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