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Author Jeffries, J. M. N. (Joseph Mary Nagle), 1880-1960, author.

Title Palestine : the reality : the inside story of the Balfour Declaration 1917-1938 / J.M.N. Jeffries ; foreword by Ghada Karmi.

Published Northampton, MA : Olive Branch Press ; Bloxham : Skyscraper, 2017.
©2017.

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 UniM Bail  956.94 JEFF    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxxix, 757 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Notes "Originally published in 1939 by Longmans, Green and Co., London."
Includes index.
Contents 1 Lord Northcliffe 1 -- 2 Great Arab race -- Possession of Palestine necessary for its expansion 17 -- 3 Zionist movement an intrusion upon a previous Arab movement -- Modern Arab renaissance -- Arab preparations to overthrow Turkish rule in Syria and to re -- Establish the old Arab State 23 -- 4 Jews in Palestine -- Misuse of the term "exile" -- Did they survive in Palestine? -- Two Zionisms -- Early Zionists -- Herzl and political Zionism -- Refusal to be aware of the Arabs 31 -- 5 Powers and the Arab National Movement -- Headship of the Movement shifts to Mecca -- Shereef Hussein -- Emir Abdullah's visit to Kitchener -- War between Britain and Turkey -- British negotiations for Arab support begin 47 -- 6 Treaty between Great Britain and the Arabs -- Arab independence to be recognized and supported within frontiers including Palestine 67 -- 7 Progress of Zionism -- Weizmann, Balfour, Sir Herbert Samuel appear -- Zionist approaches to Asquith, Lloyd George and Grey -- Another Manchester School -- First false step -- Grey Memorandum 93 -- 8 Preparations for the Arab revolt -- How the Arabs died in Syria -- Feisal and Djemaal -- Revolt starts -- Sykes -- Picot treaty -- Zionist "October -- Programme" -- Political Zionism made a "complex problem" -- Political Zionism made "a small nation." 117 -- 9 Political Zionism's first "official" steps in London -- Brandeis and Balfour -- Lawrence and British pledges -- Jewry versus Zionism -- First arrangements for the Mandate -- Jewish opposition in the U.S. to Zionism -- France's recognition 139 -- 10 How the "Balfour Declaration" was written -- Its real authors -- Tactics of Justice Brandeis -- "Brandeis regime" -- Jewish opposition in England -- Publication of the Declaration 163 -- 11 Analysis of the Balfour Declaration -- Its sham character and deceptive phraseology 179 -- 12 Illegitimacy of the Declaration -- Motives for issuing the Declaration -- Declaration as payment for services rendered 195 -- 13 First consequences of the Balfour Declaration -- Mr. Ormsby -- Gore appears on the scene -- Allenby's campaign -- Arabs' exact part in it -- Allenby leaves the Balfour Declaration unpublished in Palestine -- Reasons for this 211 -- 14 Zionist Commission in Palestine -- Close of the War -- Arabs' military achievement -- Joint Anglo -- French Proclamation promising Independence to the Arab populations 229 -- 15 Proposals for making Palestine "a Jewish country" approved by Balfour -- Zionist preparation for the Peace Conference -- Siege and investment of Feisal -- "Treaty of Friendship" -- "Frankfurter letter." 251 -- 16 Peace Conference -- Zionist role there -- Feisal's vain speech -- Weizmann enounces Zionist demands -- "Palestine to be as Jewish as England is English" -- Private meeting of the "Big Four" at Mr. Lloyd George's flat -- Mr. Lloyd George and the Hussein -- McMahon treaty -- President Wilson insists on sending a commission to find the desires of the Syrians 269 -- 17 First Arab parliament -- Feisal summons the Syrian Congress -- "Damascus Programme" The Crane -- King Commission's Report 293 -- 18 Importance of the Damascus Programme and Crane -- King Report -- Crane -- King Report suppressed -- Syria divided between France and Britain -- Another letter of Feisal's -- Zionist Commission takes governmental attributes to itself -- Resentment and vain appeals to London of the Army Administration 311 -- 19 Emir Feisal proclaimed King of Syria -- He asks for recognition of Syrian independence by the Allies and cites the McMahon -- Hussein pact -- Fall of the Kingdom of Syria -- Arabs and Jews clash in Palestine -- Chief Administrator of Palestine tells Mr. Lloyd George some truths about the country 333 -- 20 San Remo Conference -- Covert assumption of the Mandate for Palestine by the Prime Minister -- Mandatory Government illicit as no Mandate yet possible -- Governmental secrecy, and its reasons -- Dr. Weizmann blurts out the aims of the Premature Mandate 351 -- 21 Mr. Lloyd George violates the Covenant of the League of Nations -- Chief Administrator of Palestine recommends the suppression of the Zionist Commission -- Intervention of the United States against monopolies in Palestine -- Parliament uninformed and unconsulted upon the Mandate -- End of the Military Administration in Palestine -- Army judges political Zionism 369 -- 22 First High Commission of Palestine -- Sir Herbert Samuel -- Prime Minister's equivocation -- Treaty of Sèvres -- Covenant again violated -- Farcical frontier of Palestine -- President Wilson's "bombshell" letter 387 -- 23 "Civil Government" of Palestine set up in 1920 an unlawful government -- Violation by the Lloyd George Cabinet of Great Britain's pledges at The Hague -- Proofs of the illegitimacy of the Palestine Government 405 -- 24 Ersatz Israel 427 -- 25 Granting of the Rutenberg Concessions -- Suffocation of other applicants by the Government -- Real aim of Zionist Concessions -- Arabs given no say in the matter 449 -- 26 Governmental apologia for the grant of the Rutenberg Concessions A plot against the Arabs Balfour's negotiations in the United States reveal this -- His suppressed paragraphs -- He cajoles the Secretary of State in Washington 463 -- 27 Perfidy of the Government 477 -- 28 Other endeavours to justify the Government's broken faith to the Arabs -- Their refutation from official sources -- Great Britain absolutely pledged to establish Arab government in Palestine 503 -- 29 Achievement of the Arab delegates in 1921 -- 2-Subterfuges of the "White Paper" -- Lord Northcliffe in Palestine -- House of Lords censures the Cabinet's infidelity -- Treaty of Lausanne -- Mandate comes into force at last 517 -- 30 Drafting of the Covenant -- Shifts of General Smuts -- Article 22 drafted so as to evade its own ends -- Fate of the Vesnitch amendment 527 -- 31 Manoeuvre of "fidelity to the Mandate" -- Mandate really written by Zionists in collaboration with the Government -- League of Nations deliberately prevented from fixing its terms 549 -- 32 Text of the Mandate -- Its important Articles all of Zionist origin 573 -- 33 Stage-fight between Government and Zionists -- Theory of two primary "obligations" -- Council of the League plays traitor The responsibility of the League in the Palestine affair 593 -- 34 Years from before 1923 are those which matter in the Palestine Question -- Irrelevance and insincerity of the argument that Zionism means prosperity -- Abdication of King Hussein -- Mavrommatis case -- Government impeached at last and found guilty 605 -- 35 Balfour's journey to Syria -- More granting of Concessions -- Outbreak of 1929 -- Another Commission -- Labour Party and Palestine 627 -- 36 Shaw Commission -- Its Report a blow for the Government -- Endeavours to destroy the effect of the Report -- Sir John Hope Simpson sent to Palestine -- His Report no better for the Government -- Lord Passfield's White Paper 637 -- 37 White Paper of 1930 -- Mr. Ramsay MacDonald surrenders to Dr. Weizmann -- "Black Letter" -- Report of Mr. French -- Growing peril of the Arab peasant being dispossessed for ever 659 -- 38 Increase of Zionist immigration -- Pretext of refuge from the German persecution -- How the Legislative Council was rejected -- Great Strike of 1936 -- Arab Officials' Memorial -- Resignation of the Chief Justice -- Peel Commission's Report and project of Partition -- Private arrangements of Mr. Ormsby -- Gore and Dr. Weizmann 681 -- 39 League "neutrality" in the Palestine question -- Palestine Government dissolves the Arab Higher Committee and exiles leaders -- Mufti escapes to the Lebanon -- Technical Commission leaves for Palestine -- Mr. Malcolm MacDonald succeeds Mr. Ormsby-Gore- Foreign interference in Palestine -- Galilee-Sanjak-of-Alexandria campaign-Awaiting the Woodhead Report 705 -- 40 Valuelessness of any solutions of the Palestine Question not granting independence to the Arabs -- Impossibility and wrongfulness of any turning of Palestine into a Colony or Dominion -- Question of our strategic needs in and round Palestine -- Only settlement-The honour of Great Britain at stake 727.
Summary The Balfour Declaration of 1917 is a document that profoundly affected the Middle East. Palestine: The Reality is an expertly researched inside story of the Declaration. It is also a vivid and personal account in which J.M.N. Jeffries exposes the real authors and progenitors of the Balfour Declaration, along with their personal stories, motives, conspiracies, and political aims. The author also details the other international players who were involved in the creation of the Balfour document, and offers a clearsighted perspective on the broken agreements with Britain's Arab allies that enabled the Declaration and dispossessed the Palestinian Arabs of their homeland.
Other author Karmi, Ghada, writer of foreword.
Subject Balfour Declaration.
Jewish-Arab relations -- History -- 1917-1948.
Zionism.
Palestine -- History -- 1917-1948.
History.
ISBN 9781566560245
1566560241

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