4 edition of Military preparations of the Arab community in Palestine, 1945-1948 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -273) and index.
|LC Classifications||DS126.4 .L465 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 281 p. :|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||92018785|
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Novem The UN General Assembly approves the partition of Palestine into separate Arab and Jewish states and accords international status to Jerusalem. The Arab League and its member states (especially Egypt, Syria, and Iraq) adopt a hard-line stance on the Palestinian issue as a means of demonstrating their anti-imperialism and. The Palestinian Military: Between Militias and Armies (Middle Eastern Military Studies Book 4) - Kindle edition by Frisch, Hillel. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Palestinian Military: Between Militias and Armies (Middle Eastern Military Studies Book 4).4/5(1).
^ Military Preparations of the Arab Community in Palestine, , by Haim Levenberg, Routledge, , p. 7 ^ a b A Survey of Palestine - prepared in December and January for the information of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry. Reprinted by The Institute of Palestine Studies, r: Husayn al-Khalidi. Khalidi returned to Palestine in and joined the reformed Arab Higher Committee in , becoming its secretary in He was a member of the short-lived All-Palestine Government established under Egypt's patronage in Gaza in September He published a book of his memoirs in the same year, while exiled in : 17 January , Jerusalem, Ottoman Empire.
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Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: This book analyzes the reasons why the Arab military were defeated in the fighting which began on 29th November,after the UN's resolution for the Partition of Palestine, asking whether it was a failure on the battlefield or one of Arab Read more.
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The Military Preparations of the Arab Community in Palestine. The Military Preparations of the Arab Community in Palestine, London: Routledge. History of the War of Independence.
See Haim Levenberg, The Military Preparations of the Arab Community in Palestine, – (London: Frank Cass, ), pp. –; Joshua Landis, “Syria and the Palestine War: Fighting King ‘Abdullah’s ‘Greater Syria Plan,’” in Eugene L.
Rogan and. Khalidi, W. Ed. "From Haven to Conquest", the Institute of Palestine Studies, Washington, D.C. (Reprint ). Lehn. Walter and Davis. Uri. "The Jewish National Fund". Kegan Paul International, London and New York. Levenberg, Haim. "The Military Preparations of the Arab Community in Palestine ".
Frank Cass. Lorch. Netanel. By William R. Polk The General 1945-1948 book had issued its verdict but it left open the question of how 1945-1948 book actually carry out the resolution when no UN-controlled military or police forces were available.
Britain's 84, troops were leaving. And they had proved insufficient to maintain law and order, in the face of a campaign of terrorism waged by highly organised Jewish forces equipped with all. Promises. Inthe British Balfour Declaration promised to support the establishment of a Jewish national home in Ottoman-controlled was in order to win Jewish support for Britain's First World War effort.
The British had also made a promise to the Arabs that a united Arab country, covering most of the Arab Middle East, would result if the Ottoman Turks were defeated.
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The Palestine Campaign undertaken by the British during the Great War has become one of the most glorified military offensives of the 20th Century. Shattering the reach of Ottoman imperial power for the final time, the conflict both pushed Germany back into Europe and laid the groundwork for splitting up the Middle East into the nations that we Format: Hardcover.
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The Making of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, London: I.B. Tauris. ISBN ↑ Haim Levenberg (). Military Preparations of the Arab Community in Palestine: London: Routledge.
ISBN ↑ "Alphabetical Allegiance: Palestine's Arab irregular forces. According to Haim Levenberg, of the casualties from Jewish terrorism in Palestine during were civilians. The other were police and soldiers.
Levenberg, Military Preparations, p. Furthermore, it was Jewish terrorists from the infamous Irgun who in late introduced the practice of placing bombs in buses and large crowds.
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