British diplomat and former prime minister Arthur Balfour (1848 - 1930) addressing the first meeting of the Council of the League of Nations in Geneva, November 15, 1920. From left to right - Dimitrios Kaklamanos of Greece, Keishiro...More
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The first session of the Council of the League of Nations with their coat-of-arms.
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The first session of the League of Nations in the Salle de Reforme in Geneva, set up after the First World War to maintain peace.
The Commissioners, an essential part of the League of Nations - each speaking several different languages.
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Members of the League of Nations looking over their shoulders during an assembly in Geneva, Switzerland.
A cartoon depicting the formation of the League of Nations after the First World War. The caption reads; 'Will the stork make good as to this infant?'
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Scottish statesman Arthur Balfour (1848 - 1930). Balfour inherited his family's East Lothian estate in 1856 and first entered parliament in 1874 as the Conservative member for Hertford. He quickly progressed through various government...More