Manchurian and Abyssinian crisis

The Manchurian and Abyssinian crisis and their affect on the League of Nations Manchurian crisisCountries such as Germany and Italy, Hitler and Mussolini, saw the League of Nations as weakWhen the League of Nations formally condemned Japans actions Japan simply left the League of Nations USA had not joinedThey had a large armyJapans main trader was the USA, so if they were in the League of Nations, economic sanctions could have been imposedAnother member of the council had got away with invading another countrySanctions were not used because Japans main trading partner, the USA, were not a member of the League of Nations The nearest country who could send troops was the USSR but they were not a member of the League of Nations Britain and France, the two main powers in the League of Nations, were not willing to risk their troops If countries did not like what the League of Nations said, they could just leave, like Japan didThe Abyssinian crisisThe USA did not joinThey had the largest army in the worldThey had come up with the idea of the League of Nations They were the biggest trader in the world, and economic sanctions could have been imposed if they were in they League of Nations It took a very time to figure out who was wrong. This is like the Manchurian crisis, where it also took a very long time to figure out who was wrongJust like Japan, Italy left when the League of Nations started imposing sanctions and the sortThe Manchurian crisis was a disaster for the League of Nations, and revealed that it needed the USA to function properly. It also showed that the League of Nations was powerless to function against large and powerful countries.
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