The League of Nations in the 1920s

Lenny told us to write the chapter 2 of the history book about “The League of Nations” and to answer some questions.

The League of Nations in the 1920s


1- What were the aims of the League?


2- What happened to Wilson when he returned to USA after signing the Treaty of Versailles


3- Why did German immigrants in USA not want to join the League?


4- What economic reasons did USA give to stay out of the League?


5- How did Americans feel about Imperialism in Europe?


6- Why did Poland invaded Vilna? Why did the League not act about it?


7- Why was Upper Silesia an important region for Poland and Germany?


8- How did the League solve the conflict in Vilna?


9- What did the League decide to do about the Aaland Islands?


10- Why did Mussolini invade Greece in the Corfu conflict?


11- Why was the League criticised about the resolution in the Corfu conflict?


12- How did the Geneva Protocol weaken the League?


13- Why did Greece invaded Bulgaria in 1925?


14- Why did Greece complain that the League “seemed to have one rule for the large states (such as italy) and another for the smaller ones”?



1- The aims of the League were:

  • To tried to take out the aggression from any nation.
  • To tried that countries to cooperate, especially in business and
  • They had the idea that all the nations had to disarm.
  • To improve the living and working conditions of people in all parts of the world.                


2-  The reason why Wilson didn’t join the League, was because Woodrow was sick. But when Wilson went back to USA, he had problems.


3-  The German immigrants didn’t want to join the League because the German ancestors, hated the Treaty itself.


4-  One of the reasons that USA gave to be out of the League was because she suffered economic problems.


5-  The Americans were anti empires, which means that they didn’t want to be ruled by anyone, only by themselves.


6-  The reason why Poland invaded Vilna was… because he was pulling out. The League did not act about, because they weren’t prepared to this situation.  


7-  In 1921, there was a dispute between Germany and Poland, because both countries wanted the region Upper Silesia. At the end, they divided the region between Germany and Poland, both countries accepted the decision.


8- The League didn’t solve the conflict because they protested to Poland but they didn’t pull out.


9-  In 1920, there was a dispute between Finland and Sweden. Both sides were threatening to go to war, but the League decided to gave Aaland Islands to Finland. The Sweden country accepted.  


10-  On 31 of August the Mussolini bombarded and then occupied the Greek island of Corfu and  fifteen people were killed.


11-  The league was criticised about the resolution of the Corfu conflict because Mussolini refused to let matter the rest. They didn’t want to pay for the reparations.


12- What did that what weaken the league was that they said that if two members were in a dispute they would have to ask the league to sort out the disagreement and they have to accept the council ideas. they believe that this would strengthen the league but they don’t.  


13- Bulgaria, Greece invaded by an accident which caused the death of many Greek soldiers.

14- Greece complain that the League “seemed to have one rule for the large states (such as italy) and another for the smaller ones”, because Gracee wanted to be ruled by themselves, this means that they didn’t want to be Italy property.

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Una respuesta a The League of Nations in the 1920s

  1. Lenny Ambrosini dijo:

    Dear Ramiro,

    Your work on the chapter of the League of Nations is very weak.

    To start with, the intriduction to the post is NOT what I asked you to do in my blog. Check this and read my post carefully.

    From your answers, the following are wrong or incomplete: 2 – 3 – 4 – 6 – 7 – 10 – 11 – 12 – 13 – 14.

    The work you were expected to do was perfectly suited for the time you had and the reading was suitable for Senior 1.

    Improve on this post as soon as possible.

    All the best,

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