June 15, 2020
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The League of Nations was founded on the 10th of January by Woodrow Wilson
Upper Silesia was split between the Germans and the Polish due to the rise of tension. The League organised a plebiscite and it was a 60 40 split. However, some people preferred one nation or another so they split the nation accordingly
The area of Memel was taken from Germany after the treaty of Versailles. However, it was not given to France even though most of the residents there were Lithuanian. The Lithuanian people decided to rebel against this but the League got involved and decided to make Memel an autonomous unit within Lithuania
Woodrow Wilson died due to an illness
The League sorted out a dispute between Sweden and Finland over the control of the Aaland Islands. The League looked into the matter more closely and decided to give the island to Finland
In Corfu an Italian General, Tellini was killed along with his team. Musollini the Italian leader at the time believed the Greeks were behind it. Musollini occupied the island of Corfu and the Greeks appealed to the League who decided that the Greeks should pay compensation and that Italy should leave.
The Greek soldiers attempted to invade Bulgaria after an incident on the border and Bulgaria asked the League for help. The league put a stop to Greece's act and made them pay compensation.
Germany made a permanent member of the council
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