United States Policy toward the West Bank in 1948

Kadosh, Sandra Berliant
June 1984
Jewish Social Studies;Summer/Fall84, Vol. 46 Issue 3/4, p231
Academic Journal
The article presents an analysis on the U.S. policy on the political conditions of the West Bank of the Jordan in 1948 basing on the "Foreign Relations Documents of the U.S." It points out several factors affecting the policy of the U.S. concerning the West Bank which includes the desire for the non-involvement and its unwillingness to commit resources and military troops for the imposition of giving solution in the conflict between Israel and Saudi Arabia. It also examines the policy of the U.S. government towards countries in the Middle East in 1948. The article presents a summary of the position of the British and Americans involving the future of the Arab Palestine.


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