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Indb 28 04/12/2012 15:02 Chapter 1: Jews, Arabs and the British in Palestine before 1945 Activities During the British mandate in Palestine, there were several serious outbreaks of violence between Palestinian Arabs and Zionists. The British authorities often responded by sending out a group of officials to determine the causes of the violence and offer recommendations. In small groups, investigate each of these. These commissions of inquiry were sent to Palestine in 1921, 1929, 1937, 1938 and 1946.
4 In your group, discuss possible answers to the questions you have been given. 5 Write out answers to the questions, trying to keep within a 5–7-minute time frame. 6 Which answers are the most thorough and why? indb 47 04/12/2012 15:02 Chapter 3 The establishment of Israel and the war of 1948–9 This chapter examines what happened when the British finally left Palestine and the neighbouring Arab states invaded the new state of Israel. It outlines the war that followed and its outcome. It then examines why there was no peace treaty and assesses the historical debate about the reasons for Israeli victory.
What was Zionist policy in Palestine during the war and how did it change after the war? British and Zionist policy in Palestine The Jews in Palestine were represented by the Jewish Agency (see page 23) and it shaped Zionist policy in Palestine. In effect, it was a state within a state. In 1937, the Jewish Agency had agreed to the British plan to divide Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states. Then, in 1939, the British decided not to partition Palestine. This was a setback to Jewish hopes for a separate Jewish state but the Zionists were not about to give in.
Access to History for the IB Diploma. The Arab-Israeli conflict 1945-79 by Michael Scott-Baumann