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One of the most important functions of the League of Nations was to protect smaller nations from attack. true or false?
One of the most important functions of the League of Nations was to protect smaller nations from attack. TRUE
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One of the most important functions of the League of Nations was to protect smaller nations from attack. TRUE
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