By Natan Aridan
This publication specializes in the bilateral and multilateral kinfolk among Britain, the 'former owner' and Israel, the 'successor state', in the course of the interval following their armed conflict in January 1949, to Israel's withdrawal from the Gaza and the Sinai in March 1957. It highlights the formula of international coverage judgements in Britain and Israel; Britain's detailed accountability and effect, which affected Israel's kin with neighbouring Arab states; Israel's advanced coverage in the direction of Britain; Anglo-Jewry's angle in the direction of Israel and the targeted dating among Israel's embassy in London and the Jewish group.
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Additional resources for Britain, Israel and Anglo-Jewry 1949-57 (Cass Series--Israeli History, Politics, and Society, 27)
115. ISA, 36/12, 27 May 1949. 116. Palestine Post, 18 May 1949. 117. FO 371/75269 1891/6345, 19 May; Ha’aretz, 18 May 1949. 118. FO 371/75195 1016/7953, 24 June 1949. 119. FO 371/75207 1052/65611, 75194 1016/7194, 23, 31 May 1949. 120. FO 371/75202 1051/437, 25 Mar 1949. 121. BGA, BGD, 30 May; FO 371/75269 1051/7143, 30 May; ISA, 36/12, 30 May 1949. 122. FO 371/75202 1051/7920, 15 June 1949. Bevin made similar remarks to Rosette. 123. FO 371/68665 6090/6548, 15 May; FRUS, 1948, V, 10 Dec, 1659.
Eliezer Yapou, First Secretary at the Legation believed ‘that it would not be proper for us to press for de jure recognition, or even to ask for it. 164 They were told that de jure recognition did not imply approval of a country’s policies; recognition of Communist China was but one example. 167 Britain would guarantee to Israel that these areas would not be used as military bases. Having accomplished its aims, Britain encouraged Jordan to proclaim the union of Arab Palestine. 168 In Washington, Burrows urged quid pro quo US recognition of Jordan in return for British de jure recognition of Israel before the USSR was able to sabotage the union.
Israel’s delegation, led by Horowitz, included Kaplan, Minister of Finance and Sharett, Foreign Minister. 34 Comay noted that: Helm is ignorant of the whole background, and of the intricacies attending special issues… He probably has an idea that we have helped ourselves to the assets, and we are now trying to evade taking over a share of the liabilities, by taking refuge in technicalities… That the Jews should suspiciously want to scrutinise the way HMG handled Palestine funds, or acquired funds, or acquired property in Palestine, seems natural to Hogan and McGeagh, and does not upset them.