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Aims of League of Nations (in Hindi)
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Navneet Kaur
Educator since August 2017, M.phil(CS) from LPU, Jalandhar, M.sc(CS)from GNDU, Amritsar, University merit scholar, Top Educator 2017.

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  1. WORLD HISTORY: League of Nations Presented by: Navneet Kaur B ar ThR


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  3. League of Nations League of Nations had its origin in the war aims of Allied Powers. Woodrow Wilson's 14 points had envisaged creation of ain international agency that would work for maintenance of world peace e Similarly, Britain had also listed creation of such an organization as one of its war aims during World War I. This clause took the form of League of Nations, which was formed in January 1920, with its headquarters in Geneva, on the same dav as the Treaty of Versailles came into effect.


  4. Aims of the League of Nation e Following were the aims of the League of Nation: 1. Settle international disputes to prevent war in future. e Th is was to be achieved through the principle of collective security All the member nations were to collectively act against a nation who tried to wage a war. This action against the aggressor nation would take form of economic sanctions and military action, if required . Thus, maintenance of international peace and security was the primarv goal of the League.


  5. . 2. Economic and Social work: . The League of Nations was to seek international cooperation for socio-economic development across the world. . For this purpose various organizations within the League of Nations were created.