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How well did the League of Nations keep peace in the world during the 1930s?

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2010-04-11 04:20:17
2010-04-11 04:20:17

It's hard to believe, I know, but the League of Nations was even less effective in keeping the world in peace than is the United Nations. By any measure, both organizations are/were utter failures in that regard.

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