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British intelligence and policy in the Palestine mandate, 1919-1939

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This research argues that during the inter-war years in Palestine, British power was dependent upon intelligence. Intelligence was fundamental to the security of the country, since it varyingly augmented understrength force, or supported overwhelming force. Intelligence also supported policymakers as issues of governance were debated. It allowed British decision makers to avoid making a decision on self-government during the 1920s and it supported Britain’s failed attempts to introduce a c...

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University of Oxford
Division:
HUMS
Department:
History Faculty
Research group:
Changing Character of War, Global and Imperial History
Oxford college:
University College
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HUMS
Department:
History Faculty
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Publication date:
2014
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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Oxford University, UK

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