When studying GCSE History students will be taught about World War One and its aftermath. One part of this topic is the League of Nations. This is the second of four quizzes on that subject, focussing in particular on the successes and failures of the League of Nations in the 1920s.
The newly founded League of Nations had both successes and failures in the 1920s. There were many minor territorial disputes, but these involved mainly second rank powers. The specialist agencies were also busy, dealing with problems like refugees, disease and drug trafficking.
Find out more about the successes and failures of the league of Nations during the 1920s in this quiz.
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