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The League of Nations Mandate did not grant the Jewish people the rights to establish a national home in Palestine, it simply recognized a pre-existing right that had never been surrendered or forgotten.
'Ganye area had been entrusted to Britain by a League of Nations Mandate in 1919 and later as Trust Territory by the United Nations in 1946.
In this chapter and in chapter 7, one sees how Borno's Dikwa Emirate came under the tutelage of another form of foreign rule: as a League of Nations mandate and later as a United Nations Trusteeship.
France had been guaranteed control of the region in negotiations with the British over the future of the defeated Ottoman Empire's Middle Eastern possessions, and would run it as a League of Nations Mandate until 1943.
Hence, we can lay the CAUSE of African countries independence to Hitler's order on September 1, 1939 to invade Poland, officially sparking World II.However, we are missing something important in this causal chainA COMPLEX WORLDAfter World War I, the League of Nations created the League of Nations Mandate whose responsibility was to transfer territories from one country to another.
Britain has deep roots in the region, having governed Palestine from 1920 to 1948 under a League of Nations mandate.
Britain governed the region under a League of Nations mandate for almost three decades until Israel's independence 70 years ago, and is still blamed by both sides for sowing the seeds of a conflict that continues to wrack the region.
Britain has deep roots in the region, having governed Palestine from 1920 to 1948 under a League of Nations mandate. But it has since taken a back seat to the United States in matters of mediating war and peace efforts.
Because Palestine was a League of Nations mandate, the British could not issue colonial coinage with the image of King George V.
Until Israel accepts a peace agreement, America must insist on its rights including the right to settle Judea and Samaria as set out in the League of Nations Mandate.
Dayan was born in 1915 and grew up in a Palestine governed by a British authority under a League of Nations mandate. These years contributed both to Dayan's experiences coexisting with Palestinian Arabs and his identification with the Zionist project of securing a Jewish homeland.
The French Mandate for Syria and Lebanon was a League of Nations Mandate created at the end of World War I.

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