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?An unmitigated failure.' How far is this a fair estimate of the League of Nations?

   
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Japan was clearly the aggressor, but also a permanent member in the League. A commission of enquiry from the League was sent to Manchuria; however it took 2 years to come up with a report. In two years, things will have progressed further, the Japanese army became more secured the League's influence became smaller...
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In two years, things will have progressed further, the Japanese army became more secured the League's influence became smaller. To add to that mistake, the sanctions were hardly anything, and the League had no army to enforce her ideas. In fact, it can be stated that the League had no point to sanction Japan for self-interest reasons of Britain and France: Japan was the only non-European permanent member, if she left, the League would be ignored and considered a ?European Club'...
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