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League of Nations definition


The League of Nations was an international organization that was created in 1920 with the goal of promoting international cooperation and maintaining world peace. It was formed in the aftermath of World War I, as a way for countries to work together to prevent future conflicts. The League of Nations was founded on the principles of collective security and disarmament. It consisted of member countries from around the world, and its main bodies were the General Assembly, the Council, and the Permanent Secretariat. The League of Nations had a number of achievements, including settling territorial disputes and promoting international humanitarian efforts. However, it ultimately failed to prevent World War II and was disbanded in 1946. Its successor, the United Nations, was formed in 1945 with the hope of learning from the mistakes of the League of Nations and creating a more effective international organization for promoting peace and cooperation.