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Aggressive Powers Essay

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Essay addressing the question 'What actions by aggressive powers increased tension in Europe and Asia between 1931 and 1937? How did the league Nations and other countries respond to these actions?'

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Social Issues World War II Appeasement Modern history Political history France Benito Mussolini Modern Europe Axis powers League of Nations
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Social Issues World War II Appeasement Modern history Political history France Benito Mussolini Modern Europe Axis powers League of Nations
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The League of Nations and other countries response to these actions was ineffective, which served to increase the confidence of the aggressive powers by 1937. One early aggressive action that occurred in 1931 was the Japanese invasion and subsequent occupation of Manchuria. This action formed tension in Asia and ...
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