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Q7. How failure of the League of Nations contributed as a major factor in the World War II?

The League of Nations as a peace-machinery depended upon the support of the Powers. But when the peace was disturbed due to the aggression of the Fascist Powers the Big Powers failed to stand up to the challenge and take effective steps for maintenance of world peace.

The league of Nations, was torn into pieces when Japan, Germany and Italy embarked upon their ambitious policy of invading one country after another. The League of Nations practically failed to take any effective measure against Italy. Japan’s occupation of Manchuria was, in fact, the first major step towards liquidation of the League of Nations. The ineffectiveness in these cases registered its failure. And failure of the world peace-keeping machinery was an important factor in the World War II.

Thus Germany’s aggression on Poland forced Britain and France to declare war upon Germany two days after the invasion of Poland and resulted in the Second World War.

 

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