The league of nations lasted from 1919-1946.
The main cause of the failure of the league of nations was USA not joining the league.
Not enough power
The United States failed to join the League of Nations because the United States Senate refused to approve the move.
The league of nations failed because Germany and russia two of the great powers in the world did not join the league of nations until later on and even then Germany left. America also didn't join the league of nations because the civillians didn't want to join.
The League of Nations failed to prevent World War II because it had little authority. It was immediately apparent at the outset of the war that the League was essentially powerless.
The League of Nations failed because it did not have total membership, withdrawal was easy, it's Security Council was a law unto itself, it did not have a standing army... It was replaced with the United Nations.
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The League had no power other than the power of the member nations. Those nations were not disposed to enforce peace, since several of the members were the ones that started WW 2.
The UN wanted to do the same sort of thing (create world peace) but they made sure that they had strong councils so they wouldn't fail at doing this like the League Of Nations.
The fact that the US chose not to join after supporting it's creation was a factor.
every thing the world failed at everything
the league was mentioned by America (Woodrow Wilson) but they never attended the league or the treaty of Versailles's so that makes it crap
The U.S Congress refused to join the League of Nationsbecause we wanted to continue our foreign policy if isolationism.
The first example is the Japanese invasion of Manchuria. The League of Nations disapproved but had no means to stop the invasion. Mussolini then invaded Ethiopia in 1935, and the League of Nations was unable to take action against him. Finally, in 1936, Hitler began to remilitarize Germany, and there was no reaction from the League of Nations.
It had no standing army and no real power to enforce it's decrees.
First of all, action against a country required a unanimous vote in the League of Nations. As a member of the League of Nations, Japan also had to the right to veto the action. Several members had valuable trade agreements, and were reluctant to vote to apply sanctions on Japan since it might hurt their agreements. As a result, the League of Nations was a failure, and Japan remained in Manchuria.
The league of nations failed in Abyssinia because it was too weak and frightened of Italy to stand up against Italy. the league was frightened if they upset Italy's prime minister Benito Mussolini, that he may not help the league if Hilter were to attck again, so they basically let Italy do what they wanted because the the league was weak and defenseless. Hope that helped
because there moms had something upp their buts and around the corner
Original Answer: Because they are decades away. Improved: The United Nations are not a country. They couldn't have "joined" the League of Nations. The League of Nations was the predecessor of the United Nations - the League of Nations failed, and so, many years later in 1942 (I believe it was that year) they founded the United Nations as an improved "League of Nations."
Nothing. The League of Nations was the predecessor to the United Nations. (:
There is no League of Nations. We have United Nations
The precursor to the Current United Nations was called the League of Nations. The League of Nations was founded in 1919. When the United Nations was formed in 1945, the League of Nations basically ceased to exist.
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america did not join the league of nations because