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Britain and Palestine in the Second World War

By Ronald Zweig

Dr Ronald Zweig examines the policy brought through the publication of the 1939 White Paper on Palestine. Zweig assesses Palestine policy from the overall diplomacy in the Middle East to the effectiveness of limiting Jewish immigration to Palestine. He successfully documents the strains and shifts of power that come after the 1939 White Paper.

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