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Organisational Structure of the 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.

Unacademy user
range is {p,q,r} 😊😊
Jagat Chaudhary
a year ago
Nihar your answer is correct. good. keep it up. try all other questions in various courses and lessons too. and if you find any difficulty, feel free to ask me. keep learning and good luck
Madam plz start a fresh course for polity optional for 2019
  1. WORLD HISTORY: League of Nations Presented by: Navneet Kaur B ar ThR

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  3. League Covenant It was the list of rules through which the League was to operate. . These rules were drawn up by an International Committee that comprised of the leaders of important world powers.

  4. Organizational Structure of the League of Nations 1) Membership: There were 42 member nations to begin with. By 1926, when Germany was granted membership, the total number of member nations had reached the tally of 55- Security Council: The League of Nations had a United Nations Security Council, like Security Council with eight members to begin with, four permanent members and four non-permanent members The nonpermanent members were elected by the General Assembly for a term of three years. By 1926, the council had thirteen members with the seats for non permanent members now increasing to nine. 2) . The four permanent members were France, Italy, Japan and Britain. . The decisions in the council had to be unanimous. . The mandate of the League of Nations Security Council was to deal with political issues.

  5. 3) Peacekeeping Function: All disputes that could boil down to a war were to be referred to the League and any member that resorted to war was to face collective action by the rest of the members. The Security Council would have the authority to recommend the amount of resources - naval, air, military that each member of the League should contribute for collective action against the aggressor.