1914 World War I started between the Central and the Allie Powers.Germany and Austria- Hungary were the Central Powers fighting on the Western Front. France, the United States, Russia, Britain, and Italy were the Allie Powers fighting on the Eastern Front.
1918 Fourteen Points were created by Woodrow Wilson. They were a plan for long lasting peace.
1919 The Peace Conference was held in Paris were 32 countries attended. The decisions of the meeting were made by a group called the Big Four. It included Woodrow Wilson representing the United States, Georges Clemenceau representing France, David Lloyd George representing Great Britain, and Vittorio Orlando representing Italy.
Paraguay, Salvador, and Italy give their notice of withdrawal from the League of Nations.
1938 The withdrawal of Guatemala takes effect on the League. Chile gives their notice of withdrawal from the League. The withdrawal of Honduras takes effect on the League. Venezuela gives their notice of withdrawal from the League of Nations.
1946 On April 18, the League of Nations gives all its assets to the United Nations. The contract was signed by W. Moderow, the representative of the League and Sean Lester, the last secretary- general of the League of Nations.
The League of Nations started January 10, 1920. It started after World War I with the Fourteen Point created by Woodrow Wilson. He also had Georges Clemenceau, David Lloyd George, and Vittorio Orlando to help him and they were called the Big Four. The League of Nations was apart of the Treaty of Versailles that was signed on June 28,1919.
From left to right : David Lloyd George, Vittorio Orlando, Georges Clemenceau, and Woodrow Wilson.
The League of Nations is an international organization that arose from the Paris Peace Conference and was made for the purpose of international peace and to prevent war from starting again. The first meeting was held in Geneva on November 15, 1920 and 42 nations represented. In these meetings , they would discuss problems that were happening within the 42 nations. If the problem was not fixed verbally, the League had the opportunity to fix the problem with war. But the league did not have powerful armies. The only armies they had were Britain and France and they weren’t that powerful because of World War I. The Leagues other problem was that America wouldn’t join. The League was affected by this because America was a powerful nation.