1920 During the Treaty of Versailles negotiations, Woodrow Wilson made the idea of the League of Nations, but the Senate refused to allow Wilson to join it later on, as they didn't deem it necessary.
1920 Meanwhile, Britain and France, the leaders, were struggling without America's backing, because without America, the League of Nations had little money or effective power.
Checklist Prevent War-Didn't happen Improve life conditions-Didn't happen Work together-Didn't happen Make sure League members don't break the peace-Definately didn't happen
Plz keep the peace
1935 Italy made the decision to invade Abyssinia, a region of Ethiopia, which broke the promise of peace brought by members of the League of Nations. By the time the League responded, it was too late.
1931 Some years earlier, Japan also jailed the League, and invaded the Chinese area of Manchuria. The League sent a party to analyse the situation, and when they returned, the League told Japan to stand down. Japan refused and left the League of Nations.
1939 By the time WW2 broke out in 1939, the League of Nations was being ignored, and they had lost all of their respect they once had. The League was finished.
194 After failing their original objectives, the League of Nations disbanded officially on the 20 April 1946.