The mandate system was established by the League of Nations after World War I. The system was established to set regulations pertaining to territories transferred between...
The mandate system was established under Article 22 of the Covenant of the
League of Nations, entered into on 28 June 1919. With the dissolution of the ...
Sep 3, 2014 ... The mandate system was a compromise between the Allies' wish to retain the
former German and Turkish colonies and their pre-Armistice ...
In its political aspect, the history of the world could be read as the history of the
creation and disintegration of successive empires, a chain of vicious cause and ...
Some of the same sort of pleasure might be felt as to the mandates system. It was
novel in 1919; nothing of the same legal nature had ever been done before.
The Mandate System of the League of Nations. By DENYS P. MYERS.
Corresponding Secretary of World Peace Foundation; Assistant Director of
Civilization and the Mandate System under the. League of Nations as Origin of
Trusteeship. Nele Matz. I. The Origin of Trusteeship Concepts in International ...
These areas were called mandated territories. ... Britain received mandates for
Mesopotamia (later renamed Iraq); ... The mandate system ended in 1947. By
Following WWI, the League of Nations established a system of "Mandates." In
theory, the Mandate system had the benevolent intention of preparing the "
Aug 20, 2004 ... That agreement was superceded by another which established a mandate
system of French and British control, sanctioned by the new League ...