Asked in League of Nations
League of Nations
Describe the League of Nations response to the rise of dictators and the outbreak of war?
They didn't do anything. They talked to the dictators but the dictators excluded their countries from the League of Nations. When war broke out the League wasn't formidable enough to do anything and it eventually collapsed.
Asked in Pearl Harbor
What was the response of the league of nations to Japanese and Italian aggression How effective was this response?
The League of Nations was the precursor to the United Nations. The greatest failing of the League of Nations is its absolute inaction in response to aggression prior to the outbreak of the Second World War. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society, Dictatorship
Why were US and France able to remain democratic nations while others fell to radical dictators?
Every nation has its own history, customs, etc. Usually people from nations ruled by dictators has no culture to change rules. ...
Asked in World War 1, Dictatorship
Who Post World War 1 dictators took power in many nations because they took advantage of citizens who?
The dictators ruthlessly exploited fear of Communism.
Asked in League of Nations
Explain the weaknesses failures of the League of Nations during the rise of dictators?
the league of nations couldn't solve problems if the protagonists did not play the game ...
What was the name of the alliance established by European communist nations in response to NATO?
The Warsaw Pact was the name of the alliance established by European communist nations in response to NATO. ...
Why were western democracies unable to stop aggressive dictators?
During the World War II era, Western democracies were initially unable to stop aggressive dictators from accomplishing expansionist goals for several reasons. For one thing, they lacked the popular support that would enable decisive military action against the dictators (and nations) in question. For another, they lacked reliable support from a significant number of allied or sympathetic nations, whose support would have proved critical in any confrontation with the dictators in question. ...
Asked in African-American History
What obstacles slowed progress toward democracy for some African nations?
The obstacles that slowed progress toward democracy for some African nations was civil war, military rule, or corrupt dictators. ...
Asked in Dictatorship
How did Americans act about the rise of dictators?
President Roosevelt worried about the rise of Fascisim and Dictators but the American populace did not understand how brutal and cruel, well murderous, the dictators of other nations could be. He did try to educate the Americans and some of the freelance and foreign correspondents tried to do that too through out the 1930s and 1940s. Unfortunately, due to the "sting of World War 1" the Americans and Canadians had developed a calloused heart about European nations and other nations' problems. They were...
Why did the us support dictators in latin America during the coldwar?
Throughout the Cold War, the US supporters MANY dictators around the world. Democratic and Republican administrations thought it a necessary evil to protecting US interests and said third-world, developing nations were not ready for democracy. All told, the US supported 18 dictators in Latin America and the Caribbean since 1945 (including Batista in Cuba). It's likely no coincidence that the nations in which they supported multiple dictators at different times (Hati, 3, Nicaragua and Guatemala, 2 each) are among the poorest today. ...
Asked in United Nations
What was the United Nations created as a response to?
The united Nations was created as a response to keep countries under control and to help stop wars from happening again. UN was created to stop any further wars. ...