This book is a history of the Civil Administration of Palestine under the British Mandate. It focuses on the structure and the policies of the civil administration against the background of the rapid economic and social change generated by the Jewish National Home, as well as the conflict between the Jewish, Arab and British sectors. It concludes by examining the various institutions left behind by the British administration. From the series "Schnitzer Foundation for Studies in Economy and Society in Israel''.
Danacode:   110-10341 ISBN:  965-226-135-1 Language:   Hebrew Pages:   248 Weight:   500 gr Dimensions:  16X23 cm Publication Date:   01/1993 Publisher:   Bar-Ilan University Press
This book presents telegrams sent to London by High Commissioner General Sir Alan Cunningham about the activities of the Jewish and Arab military organizations in Palestine from early 1947 to mid-May 1948.
This is the first detailed study of the religious units that formed an integral part of the Hagana. It describes the needs that prompted the religious Zionist leaders to establish these units, and the difficulties encountered in their formation. In additi
The Irgun Zeva'i Leumi, Lehi and Hagana resis-tance organizations claimed from their very beginning that their resistance to the British authorities was sanctioned by Jewish tradition. This study examines the plausibility of their claim to represent tradi