Jewish Agency policy of non-cooperation with Reconstruction

continues after the end of the war

CO 733/456/4

November, 1945:

Following the Allied victory, Zionist opposition to Reconstruction continues

(beginning 16 lines from bottom):
"Jewish [here meaning Zionist] leaders are perturbed by the way in which Jewish immigration into Palestine has been linked with the question of the status of Jews in Europe, indicating an official hope [on the part of the Allies] that conditions in Europe can be improved sufficiently to induce Jews to resume residency there, thus deflating their [Zionist leaders'] insistence that very large-scale immigration into Palestine is the only hope for Jewry, and possibly their claim for a Jewish state."

The National Archives (Kew)
CO 733/456/4

See State of Terror, 83, 115, 257



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