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British Army and Jewish insurgency in Palestine, 1945-47

David Charters

British Army and Jewish insurgency in Palestine, 1945-47

by David Charters

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Published by Macmillan Press in association with King"s College, London in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Palestine,
  • Palestine.
    • Subjects:
    • Counter insurgency -- Palestine,
    • Zionism -- Palestine,
    • Palestine -- Politics and government -- 1917-1948

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesJewish insurgency in Palestine, 1945-47.
      StatementDavid A. Charters.
      SeriesStudies in military and strategic history
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS126.4 .C475 1989b
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 267 p. :
      Number of Pages267
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1913777M
      LC Control Number90121278

      The – Arab revolt in Palestine was a nationalist uprising by Palestinian Arabs in Mandatory Palestine against British colonial rule, motivated by opposition to mass Jewish immigration. [10]The revolt consisted of two distinct phases. [11] The first phase was directed primarily by the urban and elitist Higher Arab Committee (HAC) and was focused mainly on strikes and other forms of Date: – volunteered in large numbers to serve in the British Army, serving mainly in North Africa. Of the , Jews in Palestine at the time, s served in the British Army during the war. There was a Jewish battalion attached to the British Army’s East Kent Regiment stationed in Size: KB.

      Israel's Underground War for Liberation. Army and Jewish Insurgency in Palestine, ” by David A. Charters such as Epitaph for an Army of Peacekeepers: The British Army in Palestine Author: YISRAEL MEDAD. lott, 'The British Experience' in Beckett (ed.), The Roots of Counter-Insurgency, S. Shoul, 'Soldiers, Riots and Aid to the Civil Power in India, Egypt and Palestine, ' (London: Doctoral Thesis, ); C. Smith 'Two Revolts in Palestine: An Examination of the British Response to Arab and Jewish Rebel-.

      Elazar Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and Bar-Ilan University The British Army and Jewish Insurgency in Palestine, , by David A. Charters, foreword by General Sir Nigel Bagnall. New York: St. Martin's Press, pp. $ This book dates back to the era of "counter-insurgency studies," that is, the s and early s. During the early part of the Second World War, when a German break-through appeared likely, the British enrolled, trained and equipped Jewish military formations and incorporated individual Jews into its Middle East intelligence organization. By about , s men were serving in the British army in some capacity.


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The British Army and Jewish Insurgency in Palestine, The first comprehensive scholarly study of the British Army's campaign against the Jewish insurgency in postwar Palestine, this book shows how outdated doctrine, traditional resistance to change, and postwar turbulence hampered the army's efforts to modify its counter-insurgency tactics.

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New York: St. Martin's Press, pp. $ This book dates back to the era of "counter-insurgency studies," that is, the s and early s. Charters D.A. () Palestine and the British Experience of Counter-Insurgency. In: The British Army and Jewish Insurgency in Palestine, – Studies in Military and Strategic : David A.

Charters. The British Army departed from Palestine leaving the Jews and the Arabs to fight it out in the war that followed. The campaign had cost British lives. The clasp ‘Palestine ’ was added to the General Service Medal and awarded to soldiers who served in Palestine between 27 September (the date a state of emergency was declared.

In terms of casualties, overall the British involvement in Palestine between September and June cost Army personnel their lives, making it the fourth greatest loss of life for the British Army post Second World War. 1, died in Malaya, but over a period of twelve years, 1, in Northern Ireland over a period of thirty-eight years, and 1, died in Korea between June and.

The British Army and Jewish insurgency in Palestine, Home. Our collections. Books The British Army and Jewish insurgency in Palestine, description Object description. Bibl.:p Object description. British achievement Books.

Empire and Cold War the roots of US - Third World antagonism, Of theJews in Palestine at the time, s served in the British Army during the war. There was a Jewish battalion attached to the British Army's 1st Battalion, Royal East Kent Regiment stationed in Palestine.

With the decline of the Arab Revolt by Septemberthe tensions among Jews and Arabs eased as on: British Mandatory Palestine.

Get this from a library. The British Army and Jewish insurgency in Palestine, [David A Charters]. Use of the SWORD Model in analysis of the Jewish Insurgency in Mandatory Palestine of has illustrated fundamental ambiguities which rendered effective British counterinsurgency impossible and has offered a novel insight into the systemic impossibility of the British.

British Army and Jewish insurgency in Palestine, Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan Press in association with King's College, London, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David A Charters. Of theJews in Palestine at the time, s served in the British Army during the war.

There was a Jewish battalion attached to the British Army’s East Kent Regiment stationed in Palestine. Among the Palestinian Arabs, the Nashashibi clan supported the British, while another Arab Palestinian faction. 2 professional and effective force, the Arab Legion, commanded by the seconded British officer, John Bagot Glubb.4 A low estimate of this pro-Arab group of deserters was put at 53,5 while the highest estimate set their number at around After analysing numerous reports on and mentions of these pro-Arab deserters, a figure between and spread across all three forces seems Size: KB.

British Army: free download. Ebooks library. On-line books store on Z-Library | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. 5, Books The British Army and Jewish Insurgency in Palestine, – Palgrave Macmillan UK. David A. Charters (auth.) Year: Language: english.

David Charters, The British Army and Jewish Insurgency in Palestine, –47, Studies in Military and Strategic History (Basingstoke: Macmillan ) pp–9. Ibid., p David A. Charters, ‘British Intelligence in the Palestine Campaign, –’, Intelligence and Cited by: 7.

5 David A. Charters, The British Army and Jewish Insurgency in Palestine, (London: Macmillan, ). 6 Andrew Mack, "Counterinsurgency in the Third World: Theory and Practice," British Journal of International Studies 1, no.

3 (): – 7 Richard Shultz, "Coercive Force and Military Strategy: Deterrence Logic and the Cost. Irgun Zvai Leumi, Lehi and the Palestine Underground, – (London: St Martin's ); David A.

Charters, The British Army and Jewish Insurgency in Palestine, –47 (Basingstoke: Macmillan ); Joseph Heller, The Stern by: 6. The Sergeants affair (Hebrew: פרשת הסרג'נטים ‎) was an incident that took place in Mandate Palestine in July during Jewish insurgency in Palestine, in which the Jewish underground group Irgun kidnapped two British Army Intelligence Corps NCOs, Sergeant Clifford Martin and Sergeant Mervyn Paice and threatened to hang them if the death sentences passed on three Irgun militants.The British Army and Jewish Insurgency in Palestine, –47 (London: Macmillan, ).

Charters, D. A. ‘From Palestine to Northern Ireland: British Adaptation to Low-Intensity Operations’ in Charters, D. A. and Tugwell, M. (eds.), Armies in Low-Intensity Conflict: A Comparative Analysis (London: Brassey's, ), –Cited by: The Jewish Infantry Brigade Group, more commonly known as the Jewish Brigade Group or Jewish Brigade, was a military formation of the British Army in World War was formed in late and was recruited among Yishuv Jews from Mandatory Palestine and commanded by Anglo-Jewish officers.

It served in the latter stages of the Italian Campaign, and was disbanded in Branch: British Army.