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World War One Aftermath: League Of Nations - Aims, Structure And Methods
The League of Nations was based in the Swiss city of Geneva.

World War One Aftermath: League Of Nations - Aims, Structure And Methods

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President Woodrow Wilson of the United States was determined to set up an international organization whose aim was to ensure world peace by any method, after the horrors of the Great War. He insisted that a clause requiring adherence to the League of Nations should be part of every peace treaty signed by all victorious states.

1.
What was the job title of the international civil servant in charge of the League's Secretariat in Geneva?
Director
President
General Secretary
Chairman
The League had a permanent administration based in Geneva, to oversee its work, including the operations of the various commissions tasked with specific topics
2.
Which of the following states was initially excluded from League membership for poor previous behavior?
Japan
Italy
The Soviet Union
China
The League's founding fathers believed that League membership was not an automatic right extended to all states, but something that had to be earned
3.
Which state's proposal for an international army received little support from other League members?
France
Britain
Belgium
Denmark
There was provision for military action by members in extreme cases of aggression, but this would depend on members providing military forces at the time. If the League had its own forces, it would be able to react more quickly and effectively
4.
Nansen, a distinguished Norwegian explorer and statesman, controlled which specific League of Nations commission?
Narcotics
Trafficking women
Refugees
Torture
The League enjoyed the services of public-spirited people, who were concerned with serious issues - as well as war - which threatened international order
5.
One part of the organization looked after the interests of the former colonies of defeated states. What was this body called?
Colonies Commission
Mandates Commission
Colonial Commission
Imperial Commission
All states defeated in the Great War lost their colonies, which were allotted to several of the victorious states. However, they had to submit annual reports to this body to describe the progress that was being made towards eventual independence
6.
What name was given to the forum where all League members were entitled to gather to discuss issues in Geneva?
The General Assembly
The Plenum
The Governing Body
The General Meeting
This body was to hold a representative of all members. However, there was a much smaller group, which had greater decision-making powers
7.
An agency of the League was set up to adjudicate legally on disputes referred to it. What was its name?
The International Court
The International Legal Commission
The Permanent Court of International Justice
The International Relations Court
The League's founders believed that a high-powered international court could reach fair decisions on disputes between member states and so reduce the risk of armed conflict
8.
What name was given to the relatively small group of member states who could authorize action on the League's behalf?
The Commission
The Council
The Directorate
The Committee
This body had permanent and non-permanent members (states who rotated as members)
9.
Which off-shoot of the League was responsible for monitoring employment issues?
The International Labor Organisation
The International Labor Commission
The International Trade Union Commission
The Labor Standards Agency
The founders of the League believed that poor labor practices contributed to instability within and between states - hence the founding of this body
10.
What document set out the aims of the League from the beginning?
The Charter
The Covenant
The Constitution
The Convention
This was an early document setting out ideas for the purpose and structure of the new body
Author:  Edward Towne

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