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The Middle East in 1936
The 1936 RebellionMartial Law or Political Concessions
Doubts and Suspicions
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1939 White Paper Administration agreed American Amery announcement Arab federation Arab world August Bagallay Balfour Declaration Ben-Gurion Britain British policy Cabinet Committee Cabinet meeting Cairo Churchill Colonial Office Colonial Secretary concessions Conference Council decision Declaration defence delegation Department Egypt favour February Foreign Office French Government's Greater Syria Haganah High Commissioner Higher Arab Committee Husseini ibid Ibn Saud independent Iraq Iraqi Jerusalem Jewish Agency Jewish Army Jewish force Jewish immigration Jews July June leaders Lebanon London Lord Lord Moyne MacDonald MacMichael Majesty's Government Mandate Mandatory memorandum ment Middle East Middle Eastern military minutes of Cabinet minutes of meeting Moyne Mufti Nashashibi negotiations November Nuri Nuri's October Ormsby-Gore Palestinian Arabs Pan-Arab partition Peel Commission policy in Palestine political Prem Prime Minister proposed Rebellion regarded rejected Rendel Royal Commission Saudi scheme September 1936 Shertok suspension of immigration Syria Transjordan United Wauchope Woodhead Commission Yishuv Zionist