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. Tambov: Gramota, 2015. № 8. Part 1. P. 17-21. ISSN 1997-292X.
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GREAT BRITAIN AND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS IDEA: FROM THE UNION OF DEMOCRATIC CONTROL TO THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS SOCIETY

Akchurina Ol'ga Sergeevna
Ryazan State University named after S. A. Yesenin


Abstract. The article considers the process of the distribution of the international organization idea in Great Britain during the First World War. The author analyzes the genesis of the first organizations that were aimed at the practical implementation of this idea, and shows the transformation of its support movement from the Union of Democratic Control to the League of Nations Society formed in 1915 by liberal politicians and public figures. Particular attention is paid to debates on the international organization creation within the British government and among the public in general.
Key words and phrases: Лига Наций, Первая мировая война, Великобритания, Союз Демократического Контроля, Общество Лиги Наций, The League of Nations, The First World War, Great Britain, The Union of Democratic Control, The League of Nations Society.
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