The areas that were legally purchased by the Jewish National fund and other organizations later became Israel. These were areas of swampland and desert, which were made habitable by the early Jewish immigrants. It contained most of the west coast, from the Negev in the south, to Haifa in the north.
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Answer 1Israel was created where Palestine used to be.Answer 2In 1917, Lord Balfour described the future British Mandate for Palestine as a possible Jewish National Homeland.
The name is British Mandate of Palestine.
In 1944, Israel/Palestine was under British sovereignty as the British Mandate for Palestine.
The League of Nations approved the British Mandate for Palestine as a national home for the Jewish People as early as 1919.
The British Mandate of Palestine.
The British Mandate of Palestine was the only mandate with an Arab-Jewish controversy.
The British ruled the regions would become Iraq, Jordan, Israel, and Palestine as Mandates. From 1919-1921 the only two British Mandates in the Middle East were those of Iraq and Palestine. In 1922, the Mandate of Palestine was divided into the Mandate of Palestine and the Mandate of Transjordan.
Palestine was a British Mandate in the Middle East, pursuant to the League of Nations description of a Mandate.
The former British Mandate of Palestine.
Yes they did.
Israel and TransJordan
It was called British Mandate of Palestine or simply Palestine.
In the British Mandate of Palestine.
Israel proclaimed its Independence on 19 May 1948. Before that, there was not any State on the territory of Palestine except Jordan which was not an independent State either as all the territory of Palestine was under the British Mandate.
The Jews of the British Mandate of Palestine declared independence as Israel in 1948.
No. It was a British Mandate.
In 1945, Palestine remained a British Mandate (United Kingdom).
It was known that eh League of Nations (currently the United Nations) gave Britain the task of controlling Palestine therefore creating the British Mandate for Palestine. The Mandate lasted from 1920-1948.
There have been numerous groups who have governed the territory of the Mandate of Palestine before Israel's Declaration of Statehood. The most recent prior to Israel was the United Kingdom. The British governed the Mandate of Palestine as a Mandate from 1919 until 1948.
The modern State of Israel came into existence in 1948. In 1940, the area where Israel predominantly sits (excluding the Golan Heights) was called the British Mandate of Palestine. The Mandate of Palestine was not a country, but a colony of the British Empire. What made a mandate different from a colony was that the British had an obligation to help the people living in the territory to form their own government and facilitate independence. In the specific case of the Mandate of Palestine, they were required to do this for the Jews and the Arabs together.
Palestine is its own name. If you are referring to the current nations that occupy the space previously occupied by the British Mandate of Palestine, those nations would be Israel and Palestine.
The modern State of Israel was founded in the territory of the former British Mandate of Palestine in May 14, 1948.
In world war 2, there was no democracy in Israel. The British Mandate of Palestine formalised British rule in Palestine from 1917-1948.
Israel was a part of the British Mandate for Palestine, a quasi-colony under British authority.