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It pronounced Britain's undertaking to set The Arab Revolt 1936-1939: A Turning Point in the Struggle over Palestine 39 up within ten years an independent State of Palestine. No federal arrangements were mentioned. The proclamation, which was concluded after consultation with several Arab states held in Cairo, was designed to satisfy Britain's interests in the imminently expected war in Europe. The strategic interest to avoid opening a second front in the Middle East was compelling. The "White Paper" also imposed severe constraints on the Jews in the areas of immigration and land purchase.
On May 30, the army went into action with massive fire power but the destruction of the quarter could not be accomplished until military reinforcement arrived in the country eighteen days later. " At the end of July the Palestinians attempted to place the disparate guerrilla groups under a unified command. On August 7, the heads of the groups agreed to establish three command zones: the hills of Nablus, the Tul Karem zone, and the area around Haifa and Acre. A "Supreme Court" empowered to try traitors was established.
He also published a brochure laying out all the Mufti's crimes. By December, the high commissioner estimated that the internecine terror had reached its peak, working to the rebels' disadvantage. He believed that the Palestinians would eventually have to choose between economic ruin and hunger or being beholden to the rebels. He also compared the Arab plight to the great prosperity that the Jews enjoyed. This economic prosperity resulted from a number of causes: the disappearance of Arab vehicles from the roads, the recurrent closure of Arab businesses, the increase in employment of Jews in the service of the police, and the contracts concluded between Jews and the British army.
Australian Military Forces Identification List [S.M.L.E. Rifles, No.s 1,3,4 - diagrams, parts]