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    Civic league

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    Civic League Helen Sykes, a resident of the Norfolk area, feels that the tight community neighborhood is drastically decreasing. She is among many home owners whom feel this way. In order to restore our community we must work from every angle including those areas that may be less fortunate. Many of the children in this area have no where to go after school therefore they are becoming latch-key children because their parents have to work long hours. We all must work together to better this community

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    The League

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    The League The league took time to develop a plan but was rejected by Poland, leaving the league with no other means of enforcement. In the end, nothing was achieved by the League. The Poles kept Vilna. Their original ruling was devised without a mention of a delay. Upper Silesia 1921 It took a year from the plebiscites for the situation to be resolved. Their original ruling of a plebiscite was devised without a mention of a delay. Aaland Islands 1921 There is no obvious evidence

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    Arab League

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    The Arab League. The Arab League is a regional organization that was founded on March 22, 1945. The league’s function is to promote political cooperation among it’s member states, and to deal with disputes or any breaches of peace in the region. The league’s official name is the League of Arab States. The founding members of the league are: Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jordan, and Yemen. Membership in the League was later extended to Algeria, Bahrain, Djibouti, Kuwait, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco

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    Gaelic League

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    Gaelic League What are the Irish known for? Most people would automatically think of some trivial fact about something like the potato famine, others the stereotypical views of the Irish drinking habits, and undoubtedly good old Irish American pubs would definitely come to mind. Although these are definitely interesting parts of the Irish history there are many other aspects to this unique heritage that truly capture the spirit of the Irish tradition. The Gaelic League was started with the

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    The Gaelic League

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    The Gaelic League After the famine and the institution of Home Rule on Ireland as part of the United Kingdom, the partially broken country, Ireland, became in need of nationalism in its land, along with something that would set the Irish apart from England. Answering the call for leadership in a country with a desperate need for it, Douglas Hyde and Eoin MacNeill stepped up. In 1893, the two joined to form the Gaelic League. The effects of this organization change the success of Ireland as

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    deceased in about 20 year? The organization that you might have never heard of before taking World History is the League of Nations. The League of Nations is the first permanent international security organization, which was formed in the reaction of WWI and the Paris Peace Conference and was established under Part 1 of Treaty of Versailles on 10 January 1920. The headquarters of League of Nation was located in Geneva, Switzerland. It was chosen to be in Switzerland because during the WWI, Switzerland

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    and economic action against aggression” was a voluntary action, it remained one of the key objections to the League voiced by the US Congress. But had the US joined the league in 1920, this joint action could have greatly diminished the devastating effect of WWII. By the time every major world power was actually involved in the war, too many lives had been lost. Instead of joining the League of Nations, the US signed a separate treaty with Germany in 1921, which as history shows, had no real lasting

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    League of Nations

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    League of Nations I have a few topics that I feel that I should bring to the attention of the people of the United States. There are a few matters that feel that the people of America should be able to speak their minds about. In particular to us I have recently come up with fourteen points. Only a few of the fourteen points were included in the treaty, the only important one being the League of Nations. All of the points that I have presented were good, but not being able to include

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    addition, Germany was force to surrender all their oversea colonies to the League of Nations. However, the greatest thing that affected Germany was not their loss of colonial land but the “War Guilt Clause,” Article 231 of the

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    Assessment of the Success of the League of Nations In 1914 war broke out in Europe. The war ended in 1918 and Germany solely blamed. The end of the war was signed with the treaty of Versailles. From the war was born the League of Nations; who helped nations resolve disputes peacefully without going to war. When the League was formed, the defeated nations were not invited to join. The League originally had forty-two members. All forty-two members made up the assembly, who met once a year

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