The Palestine Question in Italian Diplomacy, 1917-1920

  title={The Palestine Question in Italian Diplomacy, 1917-1920},
  author={Frank Edward Manuel},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  pages={263 - 280}
  • F. E. Manuel
  • Published 1 September 1955
  • History
  • The Journal of Modern History
A LTHOUGH Palestine never occupied a commanding position in Italian diplomacy, the political settlement of the Holy Land became one of the foci of interest in the ministry of foreign affairs during the last two years of World War I and at the Paris Peace Conference. The problem was exploited as part of a broad-gauged offensive whose goal was the achievement of "equilibrium in the eastern Mediterranean," Italy's diplomatic expression for her designs on a substantial portion at the dissolution of… 
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