Gain a sufficiently informed understanding of the Arab Israeli conflict The information it has is strictly only to do with the British Arab Israeli conflict The information it has is strictly only to do with the British though arguably very much part of the play are only to do with the British though arguably very much part of the play are the main players at all This book contains discussion based on the British Mandates in Palestine The author uses many primary sources such as diaries and journals rom the British men and women who were both officers and civilians Gosh such a complex
story A must read or anyone wanting to even begin toA must read or anyone wanting to even begin to the horrific story of the people living now in the PalestineIsraeli regionDo not ever Mr Majeika and the School Book Week for one moment believe that it is simple Reading this book will make you realise that this area is in a terrible position people here have never lived in peace all their livesAlso realise that this region has been played with politicallyor over 100 years It is NOT just JEWS and ARABS Outliving fightingor their religion It is POLITICAL rather than religious and about raceDuring WW2 everyone s sympathy was directed towards the Jews because of the Nazi others hatred of Jews I want to say this though MOST Jews are Landscapes of Communism fine upright people as are Arabs But to hear todays problems most people areed up with their terrible treatment metered out to each other But it is really political motivation using religion to back it up The Jews who lived there before the European Jews started taking over parts of Palestine were reasonably at peace with the Arabs Christian And Moslem However good Balfour s intentions might have been in his declaration New Years Rockin Evil (Futurama Comics fororming a homeland or Jews has created a problem of making a living hell in most of Palestine The terrorists on both sides are evil and seem to have no care or the religions they supposedly represent All three of the Abraham religions in Palestine believe in the same God the same Abraham including DO NOT KILL When those terrorists ACT in their beliefe we might have peace thereBut this book will begin to help one understand the problems are NOT one sided but MANY side. Ere and reveals their attitudes accomplishments and missteps and their sense of imperial missi. .
E on the Middle east A must read Tough Girl for those who want to know how we got where we are in the IsraeliPalestinian stand off Aascinating read This is a good book and very impartial It does what
It Says It Does And That Issays it does and that is the lives of the British officers and civilians who ruled and lived in Palestine rom 1918 to 1948 A ew things are bothersome about it 1 it only includes sketchy details of important skirmishes that are actually worthy of much attention but that is 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 rustratingly it adopts the position that the British were victims of circumstances and had no real control whatsoever on Palestine or Palestinians
subseuently the culmination of the problems in the shape of the state of Israel which is self contradictory as the 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 reuently asserted point is that the vast majority of the British on the ground in Palestine had serious misgivings regarding the prospectand subseuently the
of establishing a Zionist Jewish homeland on Palestinian land as they were the ones who understoodestablishing a Zionist Jewish homeland on Palestinian land as they were the ones who understood perils and impracticality but the British Government in London was relentless in its promotion of the Zionist plan and given the Conversationally Speaking fact that the Mandate was set upor the express purpose of establishing a Jewish homeland that seems pretty obvious That does not rule out Britain s role in the events that took place if anything it reinforces it vigorously3 the book mostly consists of a Hoot fairly constricted range of primary sources in theorm of letters autobiographies etc There is not a whole lot of explanation or interpretation besides cursory generalisations and reiterations There are many Red November facts that are not sourcedThis book is not adeuate to. Drawn largelyrom the letters diaries and memoirs of British citizens who lived and worked th. ,
A decent history of the Mandate Sherman is a bit of a hack writer in that he is unuestionably guilty of the old block uote trick There are literally pages and pages of block uotes tied together by 2 3 original sentences Beowulf is my name (Rinehart editions, 146) from Sherman s pen Still worth taking a look at Sherman writes an intriguing book detailing the lives of the British administrativeunctionaries and soldiers throughout the time of British Mandate or Palestine It becomes apparent that overall the British were not necessarily ond of either the Jews nor the Arabs owing to the civil disobedience regular violent riots and acts of owing to the civil disobedience regular violent riots and acts of and the perceived closed mindedness of both parties The aggregate of the personal thoughts and accounts of British citizens stationed in
PALESTINE HOWEVER LEAD THE READER TOhowever lead the reader to that the majority of the British official community in Palestine were either pro Arab strictly impartial in detesting both sides and that explicit antipathy was generally reserved towards the Jews A revealing part reads as A Gentleman for Dry Creek (Dry Creek, follows Evenor a Jewish British officer the Arabs whether they whined or threatened or cajoled or protested were always picturesue ingratiating sympathetic while the Jews right or wrong were clumsy ussy and aggressiveThe officials had the unfortunate task of walking a tightrope between appeasing and not antagonizing either party in this seemingly irreconcilable #conflict and seemed to take their responsibility of providing a system of law and order serious # and seemed to take their responsibility of providing a system of law and order serious their expressed duty to use their best endeavours to Architecture by Birds and Insects facilitate the achievement of a national homeor the Jewish people It is not a coincidence that the Permanent Mandates Commission thought the 1939 White Paper as inconsistent with the terms of the MandateThe British officials rightfully elt that Jews Arabs the Americans and all other parties were acting ungrateful and did not appreciate the difficulty of satisfying the Mandate while keeping civil peace Overall a very enjoyable read A totally different perspectiv. An account of the strife torn decades of British rule in Palestine known as the Mandate It is.
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