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|Title:||Palestine Royal Commission report||Authors:||Peel, William Robert Wellesley Peel, Earl, 1867-1937||Keywords:||Palestine - Politics and government - 1917-1948;Jews - Restoration;Palestinian Arabs;Jews - Palestine||Issue Date:||1937||Abstract:||To ascertain the underlying causes of the disturbances which broke out in Palestine in the middle of April; to enquire into the manner in which the Mandate for Palestine is being implemented in relation to the obligations of the Mandatory towards the Arabs and the Jews respectively; and to ascertain whether, upon a proper construction of the terms of the Mandate, either the Arabs or the Jews have any legitimate grievances on account of the way in which the Mandate has been or is being implemented; and if the Commission is satisfied that any such grievances are well-founded, to make recommendation; for their removal and for the prevention of their recurrence.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/3901|
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