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Assembly of the League of Nations

Margaret E. Burton

Assembly of the League of Nations

by Margaret E. Burton

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • League of Nations. -- Assembly

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 419-421

    Statementby Margaret E. Burton
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 441 p
    Number of Pages441
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14821143M

      Besides closely watching the activities of the Indian delegates to the League Assembly and the International Labour Conference for a period of years, I have, on the invitation of the Secretary-General, worked in close liaison with the Indian delegation to the Assembly of as a Collaborator of the League of Nations, and though I found that. League of Nations: A Chapter in the History of the Movement By Theodore Marburg Macmillan, Read Overview Keeping the Covenant: American Internationalists and the League of Nations, By Warren F. Kuehl; Lynne K. Dunn Kent State University Press,

    The Secretariat was the League's civil service, preparing the agenda for the Assembly and the Council, serving a clerical purpose, and preparing documents for publication. The League of Nations succeeded in providing assistance to bankrupt nations, supervising its . The League of Nations: Practicing Diplomacy A review by Pedro Reina Pérez. Beyond Geopolitics: New Histories of Latin America at the League of Nations, edited by Alan McPherson and Yannick Wehrli (University of New Mexico Press, , pages). The League of Nations (LN) was founded on Janu , at the initiative of President Woodrow Wilson who, at the Paris Peace Conference .

    For example, the League of Nations Unions promoted social movements despite the loss of public support for the League itself (Burgess, ), as leaders endeavoured to enhance public understanding of the League’s ideas, and build support to pressure the government in seeking peace (International School History, ).   Strengths and Weaknesses of the League German, Russia and USA were not members at first The Leagues main assembly met once a year Communication and language League did not have its own army Unanimous votes were required in the assembly for action to take place The League was created from the peace treaties The main members were France and.


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