Describe the political works of the League of Nations.

1)       During the first ten years of its tenure the League proved itself to be a successful patron of peace.
2)       Its main political work was to prevent the occurrence of war and establish permanent peace.
3)       Between 1920-1930, the League settled a number of disputes and solved nearly forty international disputes.
4)       Among these disputes was the issue settled of Aland Island between Sweden and Finland which was a bone of contention (argument) between them.
5)       It also solved the border dispute between Turkestan and Iran as well as between Albania and Yugoslavia.
6)       It conducted voting in Saar area of Germany and handed it over to Germany.
The League settled the war issue between Greece and Bulgaria and the attack of Italy on Corfu Island.