In 1935 a mass demonstration meets in Trafalgar Square to support the League of Nations and the abolition of armaments.
The League of Nations was founded in 1919 and was based on the last of US President Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points. The League called for collective security and the peaceful settlement of disputes.
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