(Give explanations for the original concept of the League and it's members.
Name countries that were not permitted to join and the reasons why.
Pinpoint other factors that contributed to the failure of the group by naming one or two cases which they did not acknowledge correctly.)
The League of Nations was an international police force, which was originally part of Woodrow Wilson's "14 points". It had four main parts all of which relate in someway to encourage peace, trade and to some extent co-operation between countries. Therefore all of the aims and laws that were stated are all derived from the perspective international cooperation.
The league wanted to discourage aggression and the anger present between countries to prevent another war from taking place in the future. To reinforce this fact even more, disarmament was highly supported; if countries did not have any weapons or means of artillery they would not be able to fight at all or, if possible, only for a short period of time.
Another intention of the League of Nations was to improve working conditions for the employees. This would not only benefit the workers but also the government, healthy workers would be able to produce high quality goods, it would also deal with the issue of poverty to some measure.
The League of Nations started with 42 members of whom two were the main leaders and the rest just followers of the set of rules, because they either believed in peace or they were to be rewarded as part of the treaty of Versailles.
One of the major set backs was the interest, or the lack thereof, in how the league was to succeed with Britain and France as ring leaders. After WW1, some countries would not and did not agree with the decisions made by the allies and held a "grudge" to the happenings of the past few years.
The other key fact was that the USA did not want to join in the international police force, which on paper was Wilson's own idea. The first and foremost reason in