Palestine papers: 1917-1922: seeds of conflict
Brings the forgotten pages of history back to passionate life. Doreen Ingrams has sieved through secret British cabinet documents, Foreign and War office memoranda and their cryptic annotations, to observe the creation of a Zionist homeland out of the Palestine Protectorate. Cock-up or conspiracy? You decide. Read Curzon, Churchill, Weizmann, Balfour, T.E. Lawrence, and others in their own words.
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The Balfour Declaration
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