treaty of versailles

treaty of versailles - The Treaty of Versailles -not resort...

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The Treaty of Versailles -not resort to war, prevent against external aggression -2/3 of nation must agree to become member of League of Nations . can withdrawl after 2 years. -maintain peace by the reduction of national armaments as much as possible -bring up anything that may threaten/disturb international peace -any disputes arise, you may not resort to war. it's an international obligation to submit the matter to Council, and make the appropriate recommendations -create treaties to keep peace in the world -colonies/territories deemed "not able to stand alone under the strenuous conditions" will be taken in by the League as its responsibility to: guarantee freedom, prohibit slave trade, prohibit liquor, secure equal opportunities of trade with everyone that's apart of the League of Nations -the degree of authority & control in each territory will be defined by the Council -maintain fair conditions of labor for everyone in their country -secure the treatment of natives in their territory -execution of women/children trafficking, execution of drug/opium
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2011 for the course EXPOSITORY 101 taught by Professor Mr during the Spring '06 term at Rutgers.

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