Chapter 10 - The Jewish People locked out of their National Home

In the aftermath of World War Two the overwhelming majority of the hundreds of thousands of Jewish refugees in Europe who had survived Auschwitz and the other death camps wanted just one thing – to return to their ancestral homeland in what was then known as Palestine.  But the British government, contrary to the terms of the Mandate she had signed up to in 1922, kept the doors of what had been designated under International Law as the Jewish homeland firmly closed.

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