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Which of the following wasleast effective in supporting world peace efforts between world court Washington naval disarmament Kellogg-briad pact dawes plan?
65 Nations were at the conference to disarm every nation
From November 1921 until February 1922.
The League of Nations, which was one of Wilson's fourteen points and part of the Versailles Treaty, was a forum in which nations could settle their disputes with one another. …The problem was that the League did not have any real power. The only thing it could do was try to persuade the offending nation to concede and if that did not work out they could impose economic sanctions on that country. But the league had so little power that the sanctions it passed were normally ignored and it could do nothing from that point on. Another failed peace effort was the Washington Conference. At this conference the principal naval powers agreed to limit their navies according to a fixed ratio. But again none of the powers really went through with their agreement. Yet another failed peace effort was the Locarno Conference. This conference produced a treaty between France and Germany stating that the border between the two countries was guaranteed. However, we know that this treaty failed because Germany invaded France during world war II. The final failed peace effort was the Paris Peace Act. At this conference all of the major countries, excluding Russia, and many smaller countries agreed that war was not a national policy and stated that they would try to resolve problems through diplomatic means. The only way that war was acceptable in this act was by means of self-defense. These did not directly cause world war II, but they made it possible by their obvious lack of power. Countries still did not trust each other enough to follow through with the good ideas that they had.
it was a bunch of conferences i think it was a bunch of conferences i think
President Wilson outlined a peace proposal at the conclusion of World War 1. Some of the innovative ideas included self-determination of people to join the nation of their own… choice (or form their own nation); a League of Nations to mediate disputes and prevent war; and much more. Some of his proposals were put into action, but many were undermined by the victorious and somewhat vengeful Allies.
The Treaty of Versailles was meant to make world wide peace. But that probably was the one of the causes of WW2, because Germany was angered because they were forced to make t…heir army smaller, a lot smaller.
The Washington Naval Conference took place in Washington, DC, in 1921-1922. The world's largest naval powers gathered to discuss naval disarmament and ways to relieve grow…ing tensions in East Asia.
At the end of World War I the United States, Great Britain, and Japan all began large scale programs of capital ship construction. This rapid building led to a naval arms …race. The Washington Naval Conference was held to limit warship construction on all sides.The Kellogg-Briand pact was a bilateral treaty to outlaw war caused by expansionist aggression.
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Likely the least effective policy supporting world peace in the 1920s was allowing Germany to fall into such a serious depression that only a tyrant like Hitler could pull… them out. That policy made war with Germany almost inevitable.
world leaders agreed to limit construction of large warships.
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Woodrow Wilson was the twentieth-century president that wrote a plan for world peace.
The least effective method of supporting world peace efforts is to do nothing. Some methods that you can use as an individual include writing letters and calling political… leaders, organizing others and holding a rally, and sharing the word on social media.
Unfortunately, the Kellogg-Briand pact was completely ineffective as a means of preventing war. WW II and many subsequent wars took place after the signing of that pact.