Throughout the last month we have been working on a practical involving the League of Nations. I am with Nicolas Larralde, Felicitas de Simone y Federico San Lorenzo.
Wilson’s diary entry
I am very stressed of what has happened. I can’t believe that no one thinks like me. America voted not to join the league of nations.
Although I may agree with some reasons I still think that we should be part of the league, despite the fact that I understand the preoccupations of my people, I stick to the idea that it will bring a lasting peace.
In my opinion, we should have entered the league because we would have had the peace that we all dreamt of. First of all, I had the idea of forming the league of nations, I also created the 14 points. Besides, we all have the same objective, no more European wars.
I strongly believe that USA has to think again the decision of not getting involved in the league. Hope this problem is solved.
Write you tomorrow,
We did the collage in “ThingLink” where we included text and images. Click the link to see it.
3) “Diamond 9” diagram
4) Human Sculpture
The picture shows how the League of Nations was more worried about their public image and their necessities, than people’s problems. The person in the middle (Nicolas Larralde) represents a balance and how the League of Nations saw the situation. The person in the left (Santiago Guerrico) represents the League’s public image and necessities and the person in the right (Felicitas De Simone) the people’s necessities. This shows how their own necessities and their public image weighed more than the people.
The League of Nations was an organization, with a lot of frustrations,
They sometimes succeeded, but they did not always get what they wanted and needed,
They helped many sick, poor and homeless people, they wanted everyone to be peaceful,
Although they seemed to do the right thing, the justice was not always everything,
They cared more about their image,
than the people’s necessities.
6) Map Bulgaria
In the map presentation we talked about what happened and how the League of Nations solved the conflict.