2 Themembershipoftheorganizationwasfotall thatinclusive.SomecountrieswerEheftoutwhileotherswerenotgivena ahancetojoinTheleague&conferenceofambassadorsviolatedtheobjectiveof maintainineworldpeacebirupportinesomejation’sclaiesagainst others 3 Mostmemberswereconce2nedwiththeirsovereigntyasopposedto theinterestsofthe LeagueofNations 4 Somamembersofdheleaaue adoptedthe`olicyof appeasement towardscertainregimesinorderto avoidconfrontapionthes weakeningit. 5 Shortageoffundsmaddit diffictltforLeaguetoimpldmentits programmes 6 TheleaguelackeditsownarmytoimpLementitsdecisionswhere peacevasthreat%ned.It`%pen$eDonthe goodwiLloftheiembers whoaT 4imesw%renmt2eliab,e. 7 TheseabchFor coloniesdivertedthemembersattenti/nfromthe activitiesofthenLeagueofNations 8 TheriseofDictatorshipregimesinEubopeweakenedthe League asthesedictatorsrefusedto acceptitqreSolutionr. 9 TheEconomhcdepresqionkf1929we!kenedmostof`heworld ecOnomieshencetheywaranotabletosupporttheLeagUe f)nanCially. 1999 q !6. S t a teone`robl e mwhi c h f ace dt h el e a g u eof N a tions(1 m k) 1 Inabilitytosettledisputesbetweenmembersstates 2 LackofmilitarystbengthwithwhichtoimplementItsobjectivec 3 Lackof adequatefunds 4 Nationalistambi4ionsofmembercountries/re-armament 5 Lackofsupportandcommitmentbym!jorpowere.g.U.S.A AIC CHEBISAAS GIRLS PRODUCTION
The Secg.d World War Explain the influencE of Adolf Hitler in Secmnd World War. AIC CHEBISAAS GIRLS PRODUCTION
The war was fought between 1939 and 1945. The Sec/nd World War and its outcome revolve around Adolph Hitler: an Austrian, who served as ` corporal in the German army during the Farst World War as follnws: 0 By t`e end of Wobld WaR 1, the German empire collapsed. The German Emperop (William 2! fle` to Holland. The German economy declined due to the Versaalle3 settlement, which held Germaly respmnsibla for the First World War. 1 In November 1)23, Adolph Hitler and his friendr launched an unsuccessful coup, But later$ having taken adrantage of the Wopld pecession of the 1930s, Hitl%r ald his National socialist (Nazi) loyalists seized power. 2 In 1936, Hitler made himself leader of Germany, with absolute power over has subjects. 3 Instead of colonies, Hither preferre$ and embarked on dxpanding Germany eastwards, effectively removing the Slav threat and brhnging under control the most fertile an` 2trategically Secure land in Eur/pe. France had to `e crached for Gereany to expand into Eastern Eernpe and, hopefully, restore Phe cloby enjoyed by20Gerlany before phe First World War. 4 itler deiande` rearmament of Germany and20set kut to assert Germanys authority over smahler and weakeb states, which greatly destabihizeD Auropean peace. 5 Hitler discredited heavy reliance on trade, which, to him, would onhy benefit the Jews, who controlled it, In hiq speeches, Hatler clearly stated that unlesr other powers submitted to his will, ermany’s expansion co5ld not be effected widhoud a new war. 6 To eliminate opposition from 'ithin Germany( Hitler made all political partier sqbordinate to and ckordinated by the state. From 1913( he launched Nazi p5rges, whepeby iillimns of Jews `nd all other
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