Origin of the League of Nations

Origin of the League of Nations: The League of Nations was the immediate outcome of World War I. It was founded by Woodrow Wilson. During World War I, many suggestions were made from time to time for the creation of an international government that could maintain international order and peace. Popular interest in the possibilities of such a League began to manifest itself in the U.S.A. shortly after the outbreak of World War I and grew rapidly during the period of American neutrality. A ‘League to Enforce Peace’ was set up by a group of leaders, including many outstanding Republicans … Continue reading Origin of the League of Nations