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

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Good!!!! Nicely explained
Pankaj Soni
a month ago
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Perfect course ma'am
  1. WORLD HISTORY: League of Nations Presented by: Navneet Kaur B ar ThR

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  3. Evaluation of Performance of League of Nations . To determine the success or failure of the League of Nations, we can . If the performance of the League of Nations is to be summarized, then analvze its performance with respect to two maior aims of the League as mentioned earlier. it can be said that it failed with respect to its aim of being a leading forum for resolution of international disputes and ensuring a peaceful world o But, it did important work for the socio-economic development across the world, specially, the work by International Labor Organization towards welfare of the workers and the contribution of League of Nations for rehabilitation of the refugees of the World War I was commendable

  4. Success of the League of Nations The League was successful in two areas: . 1) Economic and Social work through its Commissions and Committees: a) ILO: The International labor Organization was the most successful. . The goals of ILO included-fixing maximum working days and minimum wages, ensuring that member nations provided for unemployment benefits and old age pensions. Its work included information dissemination with respect to performance of different member nations and to push the governments for actions in the area of welfare of the workers.

  5. b) The Refugee Organization: It helped the Prisoners of War in Russia to their homes outside Russia. In 1933, it helped the Jews, who were fleeing to escape Nazi persecution, to resettle in different countries where they would be safe. c) Health Organization: It did good work in finding causes of different epidemics. It was especially successful in combating Typhus epidemic in Russia which had the potential to spread to the rest of Eaurope.