Read books Mandate Days British Lives in Palestine 1918 1948 Author A.J. Sherman – gh4crew.co.uk
A decent history of the Mandate Sherman is a bit of a hack writer in that he is unuestionably guilty of the
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"The Lives Of The British "lives of the British functionaries and soldiers throughout the time of British Mandate for Palestine It becomes apparent that overall the British were not necessarily fond of either the Jews nor the Arabs owing to the civil disobedience regular violent riots and acts of sabotage and the The Expected One (Magdalene Line Trilogy, perceived closed mindedness of botharties The aggregate of the Betty Fedora Issue One personal thoughts and accounts of British citizens stationed in Palestine however lead the reader to believe that the majority of the British o A totally differenterspective on the Middle east A must British o A totally different Aubrey Beardsley, The Man And His Work perspective on the Middle east A must for those who want to know how we got where we are in the IsraeliPalestinian stand off A fascinating read This is a good book and very impartial It does what it says it does and that isresent the lives of the British officers and civilians who ruled and lived in Palestine from 1918 to 1948 A few things are bothersome about it 1 it only includes sketchy details of important skirmishes that are actually worthy of much attention but that is Jazz Ukulele pretty understandable I suppose as the book makes no claim to detailing the troubles anyway only the lives of the British in the Palestine 2 most frustratingly it adopts theosition that the British were victims of circumstances and had no real control whatsoever on Palestine or Palest. An account of the strife torn decades of British rule in Palestine known as the Mandate It is. Inians and subseuently the final culmination of the roblems in the shape of the state of Israel which is self contradictory as of the state of Israel which is self contradictory as book details how the British exerted often brutal control over the Arabs and the Jews and uelled Arab and Jewish rebellion the latter only to a limited extent especially given the ultimate realisation of Zionist schemes A freuently asserted oint is that the vast majority of the British on the ground in Palestine had serious misgivings regarding the rospect British on the ground in Palestine had serious misgivings regarding the Juice prospect establishing a Zionist Jewish homeland on Palestinian land as they were the ones who understood itserils and impracticality but the British Government in London was relentless in its romotion of the Zionist lan and given the fact that the Mandate was set up for the express Gudrun purpose of establishing a Jewish homeland that seemsretty obvious That does not rule out Britain s role in the events that took Mob Mistress place if anything it reinforces it vigorously3 the book mostly consists of a fairly constricted range ofrimary sources in the form of letters autobiographies etc There is not a whole lot of explanation or interpretation besides cursory generalisations and reiterations There are many facts that are not sourcedThis book is not adeuate to gain a sufficiently informed understanding of the Arab Israeli conflict The information it has is strictly only to do with the British who though arguably very much Stud in the Stacks part of thelay are not the main Choosing to Survive players at all This book contains discussion based on the British Mandates in Palestine The author uses manyrimary sources such as diaries and journals from the British men and wom. Drawn largely from the letters diaries and memoirs of British citizens who lived and worked th.