Popular Category:League of Nations mandates

League of Nations mandates were former colonies and territories of the German and Ottoman Empires administered on behalf of the League of Nations by one of several Mandatory Powers: Britain, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, France, Belgium and Japan.

Three German territories in Europe were also governed by the League of Nations, however not as mandated territories: the Free City of Danzig, the Territory of the Saar Basin and the Memel territory.

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