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Comparison of UN & LON(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 ria


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  3. Impact of the failure of the League of Nations a) Gradually, small states lost all faith in the League of Nation due to its inaction against aggression in Manchuria and Abyssinia. b) Fascist regimes got encouraged. Hitler became confident of violating the Treaty of Versailles. c) World War II could not be prevented.


  4. Comparison of UN with the League of Nations United Nations League of Nations Setup in 1920 after WWI League Covenant US did not join. USSR was admitted very late (1934) League Covenant drawn up by US, Britain and France as Russia Setup in 1945 after WW II UN Charter Active US and USSR participation. UN Charter based on proposals by US, USSR, China and Britain was not invited to the Treaty of Versailles. UN aims were world peace, protection of all individual human rights and socioeconomic development. League of Nations did not include protection to rights of an individual


  5. United Nations League of Nations UN General Assembly decision making not based on unanimity principle. LoN's General Assembly took decisions based on unanimity principle. This resulted in frequent stalemate. In UN, developing countries have much more voice In LoN, the colonies had no say Voting in UNSC need not be unanimous for a decision to take effect. Voting in League's Security Council had to be unanimous. Permanent members of UNSC are USA, France, Britain, Russia and China. Number of non-permanent members are 10 elected for 2 years Permanent Members of League's Council were France, Britain, Japan and Italy. Number of Non permanent members were 9 by 1926 from four in 1920 when the League was formed. They were elected for 3 years.