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L.O: 1. To analyse where the League failed to    achieve its aims and why this occurred 2. To create detailed plans for ex...
The French and        British only                          Super powers like     looked after their                      ...
What caused the end of           the League?                       The real death of the League was in December 1935, not...
Source Analysis           competition                Source 12 page 39 Source 15 page 40 25b page 43
Team Exam Challenge           Each table will be given a selection of exam questions  regarding the League of Nations. ...
Exam questions               What were the main aims of the League of Nations?  (4) Some countries were not members of ...
Exam Questions               What were the main aims of the League of Nations?  (4) Explain why the League of Nations w...
Exam Questions               What was the structure of the League of Nations? (4) Explain how the League of Nations tri...
Exam Questions               What were the main aims of the League of Nations  when it was set up in the 1920’s? (4) Ex...
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  1. 1. L.O: 1. To analyse where the League failed to achieve its aims and why this occurred 2. To create detailed plans for exam questions on the League of nations and to have a go at a practice exam section A
  2. 2. The French and British only Super powers like looked after their the USA were not own interests in the League Failure of The sanctionsThe Decisionswere too slow the League werent good of Nations enough The league had The League had to enforce the no army unfair TOV
  3. 3. What caused the end of the League?  The real death of the League was in December 1935, not 1939 or 1945. one day it was a powerful body imposing sanctions, seeming more effective than ever before; the next day it was an empty sham, everyone scuttling from it as quickly as possible. What killed the League was the publication of the Hoare- Laval Plan. The judgement of British Historian A.J.P. Taylor on the impact of the Abyssinia Crisis Hoare and Laval secretly agreed to split Abyssinia up. They agreed to give Italy much of the fertile lands in the North and south of the country as well as other areas in the south for Italian economic expansion. This would reduce the size of Abyssinia by half its size. They decided all of this without the consent of Abyssinia It showed that although GB and France talked tough they wouldn’t follow through and Mussolini was to be rewarded for his aggression Hoare and Laval were forced to resign when the plans were leaked by the press.
  4. 4. Source Analysis competition  Source 12 page 39 Source 15 page 40 25b page 43
  5. 5. Team Exam Challenge  Each table will be given a selection of exam questions regarding the League of Nations. As a table you will have to come up with a detailed plan as to how to answer these questions in order to get full marks You will then be in charge of teaching the rest of the class how to answer these questions Based on your advice they will have to have a go at answering those questions
  6. 6. Exam questions  What were the main aims of the League of Nations? (4) Some countries were not members of the League of Nations when it was set up. Explain how this weakened the League. (6) How successful was the League of Nations at keeping peace in the 1920’s and 1930’s? Explain your answer. (10)
  7. 7. Exam Questions  What were the main aims of the League of Nations? (4) Explain why the League of Nations was able to achieve some successes in the 1920’s . (6) How far can the failure of the League of Nations in the 1930’s be blamed on the great Depression/ Explain your answer (10)
  8. 8. Exam Questions  What was the structure of the League of Nations? (4) Explain how the League of Nations tried to solve social problems during the 1920’s and 1930’s. (6) How successful was the League of Nations in keeping peace in the 1920’s and 1930’s? Explain your answer (10)
  9. 9. Exam Questions  What were the main aims of the League of Nations when it was set up in the 1920’s? (4) Explain why the League of Nations failed to deal successfully with the Japanese invasion of Manchuria in 1931. (6) How far was the League of Nations a complete failure? Explain your answer (10)
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