amy asked in Arts & HumanitiesHistory · 1 day ago

‘the main reason for the failure of the League of Nations in the 1930s was the Great Depression’ How far do you agree with this statement? ?

6 Answers

  • larry1
    Lv 6
    18 hours ago

    I, and mainline history agree little with that statement to the extent it is so  inaccurate to be false. 

    The failure of  League of Nations is known (by all history and fact) to be caused by the USA (whose idea it was), by it's republican party Senate (the pukes) refusing to approve it. 

    Instead turning the USA into sick weak republican 'isolationists' afraid of all greater earth as a threat to their domestic republican party **** heads (can't say that s....heads). 

  • Anonymous
    1 day ago

    Sorry, but your teacher wants to read YOUR  answer, not ours. You have some reading to do. Being handed the answer is not equivalent to being educated. 

  • 1 day ago

    Do your own homework.  You'll never learn how to think if we do it for you.

    Lv 5
    1 day ago

    The League failed because it had no real interventionist powers, mainly because the US returned to isolationism.

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  • Anonymous
    1 day ago

    The League of Nations was zealously and radically globalist, which offended people's sensibilities.  Unfortunately, the globalists succeeded a second time when they shoved the United Nations through.  

  • 1465
    Lv 6
    1 day ago

    Not at all. The Great Depression had nothing to do with the end of the League of nations. The League of Nations thrived throughout the 1930s and over half of the 1940s, ending around 1948 when the United Nations replaced it. By that time, the world was well on its way to recovery from the Depression.

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