League of Nations

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In History
  • Revenue act

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    Robert Cecil, a member of the British government, wrote a
    memorandum where he argued that civilisation could
    survive only if it could develop an international system

    that would insure peace.
  • League of Nations

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    In September 9, 1916, Robert Cecil, a member of the British government, wrote a memorandum where he argued that civilisation could
    survive only if it could develop an international system
    that would insure peace.
  • U.S. Enters WWI

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    -By the time the United States entered World War I in April 14 1918, improvements in medical education, medical skills, and medical resources improved.
    First meeting of the Permanent Court of International Justice.
  • Peace Conference

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    President Woodrow Wilson took the U.S. delegation to the peace conference in Paris. He had the Secretary of State Robert Lansing and his closest personal advisor, Colonel Edward House, as well as Henry White, a respected career diplomat and Republican, and General Tasker Bliss.
  • Treaty of Versailles

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    The Treaty of Versailles was created by the four countries that won the war (France, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States). The treaty was made to take Germany’s land, money people, and belongings because they believe Germany was the cause of the war.
  • The Permanent Court of International Justice

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    The Permanent Court of International Justice(PCIJ) was established in 1921 under Article XIV of the Covenant of the League of Nations. The article said that the PCIJ might offer an advisory opinion on any dispute or question referred to the Court by the League of Nations Council.
  • League of Nations Included in Treaty of Versailles

    The Covenant created the formation of the League of Nations was included in the Treaty of Versaille and came into force on January 18, 1927.
  • Japan gives notice of its withdrawal from the League of Nations.

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    - In response to calls worldwide for a call to boycott the purchase of goods manufactured in Germany to protest the Nazi government's persecution of its Jewish citizens.
    - The Nazi party ordered a nationwide boycott of Jewish Merchants.
  • League of Nations Loses Two Countries

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    Germany and Japan withdraw from the League of nations.
  • Plebiscite held in Saar Territory.

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    The league of Nations conducted conducted a Plebiscite in Saar in accordance with the Versailles treaty.
    - Approximately 90 percent of the voters demanded reunion with Germany and rejected a union with France.
  • Paris conference on Ethopia

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    -Representatives of the governments of France, Britain, and Italy met in Paris to defuse the Ethiopian crisis.
    - The british and the french delegates offered the italians wide opportunities for development in Ethiopia.
  • The League transfers all its assets to the United Nations.

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    - The U.S gave full diplomatic recognition to the government in Yugoslavia.
    - The international Court of justice, established by the United Nations and often referred to as the World Court, Held its first meeting.