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Why the British Surrendered the Mandate

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An essay arguing why the British surrendered their imposed mandate on Israel during the conflict on the Arab Israeli Crisis: The British Mandate was imposed upon Israel in 1923. It was the British attempt to prevent the increasing violence and conflict between the Arab and Jewish communities created in the presence of contrasting post war agreements, made with the British. However, the Mandate system is widely viewed as a failure in which the British finally surrendered in 1947 due to escalated violence against British forces in the region, as well as the growing pressures of World War II. The British also surrendered the Mandate due to a friction with the US approach and following the establishment of the United Nations.

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Mandatory Palestine Zionism National liberation movements Resistance movements Forced migration Palestinian exodus Yishuv Haganah Refugee Jewish insurgency in Mandatory Palestine 1947–48 Civil War in Mandatory Palestine
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Mandatory Palestine Zionism National liberation movements Resistance movements Forced migration Palestinian exodus Yishuv Haganah Refugee Jewish insurgency in Mandatory Palestine 1947–48 Civil War in Mandatory Palestine
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It was the British attempt to prevent the increasing violence and conflict between the Arab and Jewish communities created in the presence of contrasting post war agreements, made with the British. However, the Mandate system is widely viewed as a failure in which the British finally surrendered in 1947 due to escalated violence against British forces in the region, as well as the growing pressures of World War II. The British also surrendered the Mandate due to a friction with the US approach and following the establishment of the United Nations. During the British Mandate their was a vast increase in violence, not only between the Arab-Israeli communities, but against British forces in the area. The Jewish Agency and its military arm, the Haganah, strengthened the position of the yishuv in Palestine. The Haganah operated on several fr...
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