League of Nations
The League of Nations was an intergovernmental organization formed after World War I, whose mandate was to maintain world peace. The year is 1938, and tensions are rising. Military alliances have been formed, militarist and expansionist ideologies are practiced worldwide from Italy to Japan. In 1936, Germany remilitarized the Rhine, directly violating the Treaty of Versailles. In March 1938, Germany went one step farther and annexed Austria, in what is known as the Anschluss. In this session, delegates participated in the Special Session of the Assembly Convened to Discuss the Anschluss and determined what the international community should do about it.