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MOVEMENT IN SUPPORT OF THE IDEA OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS IN THE USA AND GREAT BRITAIN IN THE YEARS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

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


Abstract. The article examines the process of the propagation in the USA and Great Britain of the idea of international organization in the years of the First World War. The author analyzes the genesis of the first organizations aimed to implement this idea and shows the complicated process of the adoption in public opinion and later on in international law of the idea of collective actions to secure peace, collective security and international sanctions of economic and military nature.
Key words and phrases: Лига Наций, Первая мировая война, Великобритания, США, Общество Лиги Наций, Лига Защиты Мира, The League of Nations, The First World War, Great Britain, The USA, Society of the League of Nations, The League to Enforce Peace.
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