204-league_of_nations1_OCRexam

204-league_of_nations1_OCRexam - OCR-style exam questions...

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OCR-style exam questions Answer the questions by typing your answers into the red boxes. Assessment: The League of Nations This cartoon – ‘The Cat and Mouse Act (new version)’ – appeared in the British newspaper, the Evening Standard , on 17 February 1933. The words on the terrified cat say: ‘World Statesmanship’, while on the back of the mouse (who is making a tiny ‘Grrrr’) is the word: ‘Jap’. 1 Study the cartoon. What is the message of this cartoon? Use the details of the cartoon and your knowledge to explain your answer. [7] 2 What were the main powers of the League of Nations? [4] 3 Explain why some historians say the League of Nations was successful in the 1920s. [8] 4 ‘The League failed to stop the Second World War; how much of a failure do you want?’ How far was the League of Nations a success? Explain your answer. [10]
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Markscheme 1 Study the cartoon. What is the message of this cartoon? Use the details of the cartoon and your knowledge to explain your answer.
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