III. Late Mandate

III. Late Mandate

Period
III. Late Mandate
15 April 1936 to 2 April 1947

Oath of Allegiance

Residents of Abu Ghosh , a village west of Jerusalem , taking the oath of allegiance to the Arab Higher Committee (Lajna) .

April 1936
Source: 
G. Eric and Edith Matson Photograph Collection

In Spring 1936, Arab Palestinians start a three-year general revolt against the British Mandate. It is brutally crushed. The suppression of the Palestinian leadership—through imprisonment, or exile—provides Arab heads of states the opportunity to intervene, with British acquiescence, in Palestinian affairs that will last for decades. The British turn a blind eye to the militarization of the Zionists who, after the outbreak of World War II, begin to look for US support. The Zionists eventually focus on pushing the British out of Palestine and defeating the Palestinians.

III. Late Mandate
E.g., 2022/08/12
E.g., 2022/08/12

Late Mandate

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

The Palestine War And The Nakba

1947