Research and present:
- The “what, when, where, who, why” of the development/ summary of the development.
- Explain how the development contributed to the demise of collective security during this time frame and the role the League of Nations played (or didn't play).
- Create a study guide to email to Mr Chan so he can post online for everyone.
- e-Book - Between the Wars
- The Covenant of the League of Nations
- History (1919-1946)
- Photo archive
- H.G. Wells - "The Idea of a League of Nations"
Washington Naval Conference (1922)
WASHINGTON CONFERENCE, 1921-22. Seated at table, from left: Prince Iyesato Tokugawa (Japan), Jules Jusserand (France), Albert Sarraut (France), René Viviani (France), Aristide Briand (France), Oscar W. Underwood (U.S.), Elihu Root (U.S.), Henry Cabotge (U.S.), Charles Evans Hughes (U.S.), Lord A.J. Balfour (Britain), Lord Lee of Fareham (Britain), Sir Aukland Geddes (Britain), Sir Robert Borden (Canada), G.F. Pearce (Australia), Sir John Salmond (New Zealand), and Srinivasa Sastri (India).
Dawes Plan (1924)
Locarno Pact (1925)
Kellogg-Briand Pact (1928)
Young Plan (1930)
Invasion of Abyssinia (Ethiopia) (1935)
Manchurian crisis (1931)
Stresa Front (1935)
- mentioned by Churchill new!
- Time Magazine article, April 22, 1935 new!
- Download Between Disarmament and Remilitarization
and search within for "Stresa"
- Photo Essay
- Legacy Project new!
- ERNEST HEMINGWAY - "On the American Dead in Spain"
- Sparks Notes (advertising)
- Aspects of British Political History 1914-1995
- Biography new!
- Essay new!
Invasion of China (excluding Manchuria) (1937)
- Nanking Massacre - eyewitness report
- Princeton images & history
- Chinese document
- American newsreel - "Battle of China"
Don't forget to cite your sources.