The British government decided to endorse the establishment of a Jewish home in Palestine. After discussions within the cabinet and consultations with Jewish. The Balfour Declaration was a statement of support made by the British Government for the establishment of a national home for the Jewish people in Eretz. A decade later, as British foreign secretary, he wrote the document known as the Balfour Declaration, which recognized the Jewish people’s.
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President Wilson brushed away all doubts as to what was intended from his point of view when, in Marchhe said to the Jewish leaders in America, ‘I am moreover persuaded that the allied nations, with the fullest concurrence of our own Government and people are agreed that in Palestine shall be laid the foundations of a Jewish Commonwealth.
Such were the chief considerations which, inimpelled the British Government towards making a contract with Jewry. The British government hoped that the formal declaration would help garner Jewish support for the Allied effort in World War I.
He has published widely on modern British history and on modern Jewish history, and was President of the Jewish Historical Society of England, In Novemberlong before the United States was involved in the war, the fertile brain of Horace Kallen… had come up with the idea of an Allied statement supporting in whatever veiled way was deemed necessary, Jewish national rights in Palestine. They hoped also that the settlement in Palestine of a pro-British Jewish population might help to protect the approaches to the Suez Canal in neighbouring Egypt and thus ensure a vital communication route to British colonial possessions in India.
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The British government deklaratioj that the declaration would rally Jewish opinion, especially in the United Statesto the side of the Allied powers against the Central Powers during World War I — The exact percentage of Jews in Palestine prior to the rise of Zionism and waves of aliyah is unknown. Lloyd George had been retained as an attorney by Zionists in Key documents of Mandatory Palestine.
The colossal forces in a death-grip across Europe and in Eurasia balforu to have canceled each other out. Palestine and Israel in the 19th and 20th Centuries.
World JewryMarch 1, Balfour, you meet the wrong kind of Jews”. See the book for more information on this. One aim of the Balfour Declaration was thus to freeze out France and anyone else from any post-war presence in Palestine.
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Journal of Palestine Studies. The Perfidy of Albion”.
University of North Carolina Press. A History with Documents. For “a national home for the Jewish people” is not equivalent to making Palestine into a Jewish State; nor can the erection of such a Jewish State be accomplished without the gravest trespass upon the “civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine.
It would be perverse to judge Zionism as somehow less valid than European anti-Semitism or those nationalisms. And all nationalisms are defined by what they oppose. The methods by which the conquest of the British government was made were diverse and of necessity in some cases devious. Sykes should never mention the baflour without making this clear’.
Lexington, The Cabinet document states that Palestine was included in the McMahon pledge to the Arabs, whereas the White Balofur states that it “has always been regarded” as being excluded. In August the report of the Palin Commissionthe first in a long line of British Commissions of Inquiry on the question of Palestine during the Mandate period,  noted that “The Balfour Declaration Retrieved 3 November In short, so deklaratiob as Palestine is concerned, the Powers have made no statement of fact which is not admittedly wrong, and no declaration of policy which, at least in the letter, they have not always intended to violate,”   and further that: More Deklaratkon Balfour Declaration 14 references found in Britannica articles role in history of Cold War In 20th-century international relations: Samuel preferred not to enter into a discussion deolaration his plans, as he would like to keep them ‘liquid’, but he suggested that the Jews would have to build railways, harbours, a university, a network of schools, etc The year marked four centuries since Palestine had become part of the Ottoman Empirealso known as the Turkish Empire.
If, as balflur well happen, there should be created in our own lifetime by the banks of the Jordan a Jewish State under the protection of the British Crown which might comprise three or four millions of Jews, an event will have occurred in the history of the world which would from every point of view be beneficial.
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The Mandate in its Preamble recognized, with regard to the Jewish people, the “grounds for reconstituting their National Home”. And no less, it stained Britain’s reputation throughout balfoyr Arab Middle East for generations to come.
Cohan, who received the Congressional Medal of Honor for it inwhen America was about to join another world war.
Such a claim in my opinion is clearly inadmissible and personally I do not think we should go further than the original declaration which I made to Lord Rothschild”.