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Could the US have stopped Hitler if they had joined the League of Nations?

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2007-02-06 05:14:36
2007-02-06 05:14:36

Probably not. The League of Nations had no power to enforce any resolution passed and the US public wasn't very interested in "Europe's problem".

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