Palestine. Report of The High Commissioner of the Administration of Palestine, 1920-1925.
London, The Colonial Office, 1925
The report covers issues such as: public security, justice, finance, public health, education, as well as immigration and population of Palestine, and many more.
Herbert Samuel was appointed to the position of High Commissioner on the 1st of July 1920, before the Council of the League of Nations approved a British mandate for Palestine; he served in this role until June 30, 1925.
Samuel was the first Jew to govern the historic Land of Israel in 2000 years; he officially recognised Hebrew as one of the three official languages of the land, and his appointment was warmly welcomed by the Zionist movement.
16mo (24.5 x 15.4 cm); original printed paper wrappers with some browning to edges; front cover leaf detached, small marginal folds and tears to wrappers. , 4-59 pp.
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