BRITISH RULE AND ARAB–JEWISH COALESCENCE OF INTEREST: THE 1946 CIVIL SERVANTS' STRIKE IN PALESTINE

@article{Vries2004BRITISHRA,
  title={BRITISH RULE AND ARAB–JEWISH COALESCENCE OF INTEREST: THE 1946 CIVIL SERVANTS' STRIKE IN PALESTINE},
  author={D. Vries},
  journal={International Journal of Middle East Studies},
  year={2004},
  volume={36},
  pages={613 - 638}
}
  • D. Vries
  • Published 2004
  • Political Science
  • International Journal of Middle East Studies
Historians have long recognized post-war Palestine as a society in a state of destabilization. Increasing tension between the population and the Palestine Mandatory government was reflected in political opposition and violence. This was accompanied by the growing role of the United States in the intensive debate on the future of relations between Arabs and Jews, as reflected in the decision in late 1945 to convene the Anglo-American Committee. The transition from a war economy to a period of… Expand
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