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The League of Nations is not around anymore, so it is not "set up."
the league of nations was weaker than the UN because the united nations was stable UN like the league.
The League of Nations later turned into the United Nations. So basically the entire U.N. is the League of Nations. This originally consisted of 58 nations, and since I do not want to list them all, then just look up "League of Nations original members" on Bing.
No. Theodore Roosevelt, The British and the French along with a cavalcade of so-called intellectuals known as the "insiders" came up with the League of Nations. Wilson just absorbed their input.
The League of Nations. It has the same bases as the United Nations which was made after WWII.
Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, Mohawk, and Oneida and then the Tuscarora's joined in 1722.
the league of Nations split up during the 1940's as it turned out to be a complete failure
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At the end of the world war 2, it was a precursor to the United Nations that we have today.
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The League Of Nations was set up to be a large 'police force'. Woodrow Wilson came up with the idea of the League of Nations, and there were a few reasons why he didn't join. He claimed that he had to get support from his country and congress. Also, America thought that they were sending troops everywhere to settle disputes. This made America think that they didn't have to join the League of Nations because they were already doing what The League of Nations was set up to do. Also, many Americans were very anti-British and anti-French. This meant that they didn't want to join the League because they didn't want to be part of something that the British and French were involved with.
The League of Nations was an early form of the United Nations. However, it was ineffective. Later, a new organization was formed, called the United Nations Organization (now referred to as the United Nations).that is so correct who ever made this
No, the part of German East Africa that now makes up Rwanda and Burundi were made a League of Nations mandate of Belgium called "Ruanda-Urundi" in 1919. The rest of the colony was made a League of Nations mandate of Britain called Tanganyika, now the nation of Tanzania.
League of Nations or later on renamed The United Nations
The UN (league of nations) was set up in the 1920s AFTER WW1.
Nothing. The League of Nations was the predecessor to the United Nations. (:
There is no League of Nations. We have United Nations
The Commonwelth of Nations is made up of 54 soveriegn nations.
The league of nations was created out of WWI.
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."
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.
The formation of the League of Nations. Wilson ends up giving up everything else on his list in order to get the League of Nations established.
because they made the war