HMSO, London, 1946. Card covers. First Edition. 80 pages. In brief, this Committee was appointed in the aftermath of WWII to 1. Examine political, economic, and social conditions in Palestine as they related to Jewish immigration and the well-being of current inhabitants; 2. Examine the condition of Jews in Europe and assess their desire to relocate to Palestine; 3. Hear the views of Arabs and Jews on the problems of Palestine and recommend solutions; 4. Make any recommendations required to deal with issues arising in point 2. The Committee was given only 120 days to complete this work. Their report is clearly and concisely presented and makes for most fascinating reading. Includes these chapters: Recommendations and Comment; The Position of the Jews in Europe; The Political Situation in Palestine; Geography and Economics; The Jewish Attitude; The Arab Attitude; Christian Interests in Palestine; Jews, Arabs and Government; Public Security. Unmarked. Lightly soiled slight creasing.
A sound copy of this instrumental report which preceded the founding of the modern state of Israel by only two years. Palestine and Zionism, Vol. 1, 1946, p120.
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