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For more information, please see the full notice. Truman recognized the new nation on the same day. Roosevelt had assured the Arabs in that the United States would not intervene without consulting both the Jews and the Arabs in that region.
The British, who held a colonial mandate for Palestine until Mayopposed both the creation of a Jewish state and an Arab state in Palestine as well as unlimited immigration of Jewish refugees to the region.
Great Britain wanted to preserve good relations with the Arabs to protect its vital political and economic interests in Palestine. Soon after President Truman took office, he appointed several experts to study the Palestinian issue.
In the summer ofTruman established a special cabinet committee under the chairmanship of Dr. Gradyan Assistant Secretary of State, who entered into negotiations with a parallel British committee to discuss the future of Palestine.
In MayTruman announced his approval of a recommendation to admitdisplaced persons into Palestine and in October publicly declared his support for the creation of a Jewish state. Throughoutthe United Nations Special Commission on Palestine examined the Palestinian question and recommended the partition of Palestine into a Jewish and an Arab state.
Under the resolution, the area of religious significance surrounding Jerusalem would remain a corpus separatum under international control administered by the United Nations.
Although the United States backed Resolutionthe U. Department of State recommended the creation of a United Nations trusteeship with limits on Jewish immigration and a division of Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab provinces but not states.
The State Department, concerned about the possibility of an increasing Soviet role in the Arab world and the potential for restriction by Arab oil producing nations of oil supplies to the United States, advised against U.
Later, as the date for British departure from Palestine drew near, the Department of State grew concerned about the possibility of an all-out war in Palestine as Arab states threatened to attack almost as soon as the UN passed the partition resolution.Creation of Israel, On May 14, , David Ben-Gurion, the head of the Jewish Agency, proclaimed the establishment of the State of Israel.U.S.
President Harry S. Truman recognized the new nation on the same day. The Business Dynamics Statistics (BDS) provides annual measures of business dynamics (such as job creation and destruction, establishment births and deaths, and firm startups and shutdowns) for the economy and aggregated by establishment and firm characteristics.
The records left by the Freedmen's Bureau through its work between and constitute the richest and most extensive documentary source available for investigating the African American experience in the post-Civil War and Reconstruction eras.
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Study of Criminals Completed. 1, Arraigned in Year. Special to The New York Times. About the BDS. Update! The Business Dynamics Statistics (BDS) provides annual measures of business dynamics (such as job creation and destruction, establishment births and deaths, and firm startups and shutdowns) for the economy and aggregated by establishment and firm characteristics.