Palestine During World War II

February 28, 1940 British Restrict Land Transfer
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February 28, 1940 British Restrict Land Transfer

February 28, 1940 British Restrict Land Transfer In February  1940, the government promulgated land transfers regulations under which the country was divided into three zones. In the largest of these zones, all transfers of land to persons other that Palestinian Arabs were prohibited, except, where certain specific conditions obtain with the permission of high commissioner. […]

March 6, 1940 British Restrict Land Transfer to Jews in Palestine
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March 6, 1940 British Restrict Land Transfer to Jews in Palestine

Philip Noel-Baker in the House of Commons: “in the future, he (Secretary of state malcom macdonald) is to allow the Jews the right of free purchase in 2.6 per cent. Of the total area of Palestine.  When they were first promised the National Home, it was to include Trans-Jordan and was to be 45,000 square […]

Anti-Semitism in the Muslim World
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Anti-Semitism in the Muslim World

Hitler and the Nazis took antisemitism to the Muslim world and North Africa. There, they sought to recruit local Muslims to join them against their common enemy.

Hitler and the Arab World
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Hitler and the Arab World

The anti-Semitism of Nazi Germany was warmly embraced by Arab leadership. See also: The Mufti of Jerusalem and Yasser Arafat

Palestine During World War II, 1940-1945
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Palestine During World War II, 1940-1945

Overview The Story- 1914-1948, MyJewishLearning.com. Primary sources Documents and Correspondence Relating to Palestine – Aug. 1939-Mar. 1940. Summons to a Holy War Against Britain – A “Fatwa” Issued by Haj Amin al-Husseini, May, 1941. The Mufti’s Diary Entry on His Meeting with Hitler, Nov. 21, 1941. The German “Final Solution,” 1941. Atlantic Charter, Aug. 14, […]

King Ibn Saud and President Franklin D. Roosevelt, USS Quincy, Feb. 14, 1945.
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King Ibn Saud and President Franklin D. Roosevelt, USS Quincy, Feb. 14, 1945.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt on board the USS Quincy (CA-71) meets with King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia in the Great Bitter Lake, Egypt, on February 14, 1945. The King is speaking to the interpreter, Colonel William A. Eddy, USMC. Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy, USN, the President’s Aide and Chief of Staff, is at […]

Ibn Saud
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Ibn Saud

Primary sources Attitude of American Government Toward Palestine- Letter from President Roosevelt to King Ibn Saud, Apr. 5, 1945. Newspaper articles Ibn Saud on the War-Path, The Palestine Bulletin, Sep. 26, 1929. Life Visits Arabia, Life Magazine, May 31, 1943. Ibn Saud Says He’ll Protect Americans, Associated Press, San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 19, 1947 Ibn […]

King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia
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King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia

Ibn Saud was the first monarch and founder of Saudi Arabia, the third Saudi State. He opposed the Jewish claim to Palestine and fought against Israel.

Hannah Senesh
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Hannah Senesh

Hannah Senesh (Hebrew- חנה סנש‎) (July 17, 1921 – November 7, 1944) was a Hungarian Jew, one of 37 Jews living in Palestine who were trained by the British army to parachute into Yugoslavia during the Second World War in order to help save the Jews of Hungary, who were about to be deported to […]

The German “Final Solution,” 1941.
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The German “Final Solution,” 1941.

While this unfortunate term, which refers to the Nazi attempt to annihilate the Jewish people, is manifest in a variety of documents, we have chosen several that reflect the essential evil of the Nazi plan of genocide. Each time you read these words, they get worse as the faces of those who lost their lives […]