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RG-86.01, Palestinian Post. Thursday October 10, 1935. No. 2855

RG-86.02, Palestinian Post. Sunday April 12, 1936. No. 3013

RG-86.03, Palestinian Post. Thursday April 30, 1936. No. 3028

RG-86.04, Palestinian Post. Sunday October 13, 1935. No. 2857

RG-86.05, Palestinian Post. Friday October 4, 1935. No. 2851

RG-86.06, Palestinian Post. Tuesday April 24, 1936. No. 3014

RG-86.07, Palestine Post. Friday April 18, 1936. No. 3012

RG-86.08, Palestine Post. Sunday April 5, 1936. No. 3008

RG-86.09, Palestine Post. Wednesday April 8, 1936. No. 3010

RG-86.10, Palestine Post. Thursday September 13, 1945. No. 5894

RG-86.11, Palestine Post. Sunday September 2, 1945. No. 5885

RG-86.12, Palestine Post. Friday August 31, 1945. No. 5884

RG-86.13, Palestine Post. Friday August 17, 1945. No. 5872

RG-86.14, Palestine Post. Tuesday August 28, 1945. No. 5881

RG-86.15, Palestine Post. Wednesday August 22, 1945. No. 5876

RG-86.16, Palestine Post. Sunday May 10, 1936. No. 3036

RG-86.17, Palestine Post. Monday April 6, 1936. No. 3009

RG-86.18, Palestine Post. Wednesday September 12, 1945. No. 5893

RG-86.19, Palestine Post. Monday March 30, 1936.

RG-86.20, Palestine Review. Friday October 15, 1937. No. 26

RG-86.21, The Palestine Tribune. Thursday August 23, 1945. No. 30



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Title: The Palestine Post, 1932-1950Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1935, 1936, 1945

ID: RG-86/RG-86

Primary Creator: Gershon Agron, an Israeli newspaper editor and mayour of Jerusalem, 1894 -- 1959 (1932 -- 1950)

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

Subjects: Advertisements in the Palestine Post, 1932 -- 1950, Agriculture in Palestine, interwar period, Analysis of Arab nationalism by The Palestine Post, Analysis of Palestine's economic prospects, prewar, British mandate authority of Palestine, 1920 -- 1948, Building a Jewish national home in Palestine, 1918 --1939, Cultural life in Palestine, prewar, by the Palestine Post, Dr. Alfred Marcus, scholar, contributing author to the Palestine Post, 1936, Economy of Palestine as reflected by the Palestine Post, 1932 -- 1948, Editorial Articles by Gershon Agronsky (Agron), the Palestine Post, Ethiopian warfare, 1935, 1936, by the Palestine Post, European affairs of the interwar period, reflected by the Palestine Post, Geopolitical analysis rendered by the Palestine Post, 1932 -- 1945, Gershon Agron, editor of the Palestine Post and Mayor of Jerusalem, 1894 -- 1959, Industry in Palestine, interwar period, International affairs reflected by the Palestine Post, 1932 -- 1950, Israel (1948 --1967), Italian aggression in Ethiopia, 1935 -- 1936, Italian invasion of Ethiopia, 1935, Italian invasion of Ethiopia, 1935, by the Palestine Post, Jewish National Home in Palestine, Jewish National Home in Palestine, Zionist conception, 1918 -- 1939, Jewish Palestine as reflected by the Palestine Post, 1932 -- 1948, Jewish periodicals about Palestine, 1918 --1939, Jewish Population of Palestine, perspectives and analysis by the Palestine Post, 1936, Levant Fair, Tel-Aviv, 1936, coverage by the Palestine Post, Levant Fair, Tel-Aviv, Palestine, 1936, Nazi-German politics, reflected by the Palestine Post, 1933 -- 1945, News of the Culture in Palestine by the Palestine Post, Palestine, British Mandate Territory (1918--1948), Palestinian and Middle Eastern Affairs reflected by the Palestine Post, 1932 -- 1950, Palestinian industry, agriculture and services presented at the Levant Fair, Tel-Aviv, 1936, Palestinian Trade, symposium, 1936 by the Palestine Post, Perception of European politics with regard to Nazi Germany by the Palestine Post, Periodical, Jewish published in Palestine, 1932 -- 1948, Periodicals, Jewish, Perspectives on the investments in the Palestinian economy, 1936, by the Palestine Post, Reflections on the British parliamentary debates, 1935, 1936, 1945, by The Palestine Post, Support to the Ethiopian cause on the part of the Palestine Post, Tel Aviv (Palestine), Tensions in political relations between France and Nazi Germany, 1936, by The Palestine Post, The Palestine Post, Jewish Zionist periodical published in Palestine and Israel, 1932 -- 1950, The Palestine Post as the voice of the Zionist cause in Palestine and Europe, 1932 -- 1950, The Palestine Posts, editors, authors and analysts, 1932 -- 1950, The tenets of European politics in 1936, by the Palestine Post, Wartime news of the Second World War, reflected by the Palestine Post

Languages: English

Abstract

This is a collection of the Jewish zionist periodical The Palestinian Post, published in the British-mandate Palestine from 1932 to 1948. The periodical continued under this title until 1950 when the title was changed to the Jerusalem Post.

Our collectin comprises issues from 1935, 1936 and 1945.

During its time as The Palestine Post, the publication supported the struggle for a Jewish homeland in Palestine and openly opposed British policy restricting Jewish immigration during the Mandate period. According to one commentator, "Zionist institutions considered the newspaper one of the most effective means of exerting influence on the British authorities".

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Palestinian Post reported international news, while focussing on the Palestinian developments and the state-building of Israel. It reflects on diplomatic relations in Europe, the Middle East and elsewhere. The periodical, stuffed by professional journalists, brouthg to its readership professional analysis and analitical article with regard to the rising danger of military conflict in Europe. This publication also reflected on the Italian and Nazi-German military advances and the on the situation of Jews in Europe and in the Middle East.

Collection Historical Note

The Palestine Post, was founded in 1932 by Gershon Agron. The name change occurred in 1950 to the Jerusalem Post.

An antecedent paper, The Palestine Bulletin was founded in January 1925 by Jacob Landau of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. It was owned by the Palestine Telegraphic Agency, which was in practice part of the JTA even though it was legally separate. On 1 November 1931, editorship of the Bulletin was taken over by American journalist Gershon Agronsky (later Agron). In March 1932, a dispute arose between Landau and Agronsky, which Agronsky resolved to settle by establishing an independent newspaper. However, Landau and Agronsky instead came to an agreement to transform the Bulletin into a new jointly owned newspaper. Accordingly, the Palestine Bulletin published its last issue on 30 November 1932 and The Palestine Post Incorporating The Palestine Bulletin appeared the following day, 1 December 1932. On 25 April 1933, the masthead was reduced to just The Palestine Post, though the newspaper continued to state its founding year as 1925 for at least a year afterwards.

During its time as The Palestine Post, the publication supported the struggle for a Jewish homeland in Palestine and openly opposed British policy restricting Jewish immigration during the Mandate period. According to one commentator, "Zionist institutions considered the newspaper one of the most effective means of exerting influence on the British authorities".

The Jerusalem Post is a broadsheet newspaper based in Israel, publishing only English and French editions. Its predecessor, The Palestine Post, was founded in 1932 by Gershon Agron.

The issues from our Collection, namely from 1935, 1936 and 1945 pose a valuable historical source on the European, British, German, Italian foreign politics with the special emphasis to the Jewish Zionist cause in Palestine.

Biographical Note

Gershon Agron (1894–1959) was an Israeli newspaper editor and mayor of Jerusalem 1955–1959.

Gershon Agron (originally Agronsky) was born in the Ukraine and immigrated with his family to the United States at age five. He grew up in Philadelphia. During the First World War, he fought with the Jewish Legion in Palestine. From 1920 to 1921, he worked for the Press Office of the Zionist Commission. Until his immigration to Palestine in 1924, he worked as the editor of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and correspondent for several international press agencies, including The Times of London and the Manchester Guardian. In 1932, Agron founded The Palestine Post, an English-language newspaper that was renamed The Jerusalem Post in 1950. Among the paper's earliest reporters was Agron's nephew, Martin Agronsky, later a famous American television journalist.

On various occasions, Agron served as envoy of the World Zionist Organization. He was a member of the Jewish Agency delegation to the UN conference in San Francisco. In 1949–1951, Agron headed Israel's Government Information Service. In 1955, he was elected mayor of Jerusalem. He remained in office until his death in 1959. During his term, he played a key role in the development of the western sectors of the city.

Subject/Index Terms

Advertisements in the Palestine Post, 1932 -- 1950
Agriculture in Palestine, interwar period
Analysis of Arab nationalism by The Palestine Post
Analysis of Palestine's economic prospects, prewar
British mandate authority of Palestine, 1920 -- 1948
Building a Jewish national home in Palestine, 1918 --1939
Cultural life in Palestine, prewar, by the Palestine Post
Dr. Alfred Marcus, scholar, contributing author to the Palestine Post, 1936
Economy of Palestine as reflected by the Palestine Post, 1932 -- 1948
Editorial Articles by Gershon Agronsky (Agron), the Palestine Post
Ethiopian warfare, 1935, 1936, by the Palestine Post
European affairs of the interwar period, reflected by the Palestine Post
Geopolitical analysis rendered by the Palestine Post, 1932 -- 1945
Gershon Agron, editor of the Palestine Post and Mayor of Jerusalem, 1894 -- 1959
Industry in Palestine, interwar period
International affairs reflected by the Palestine Post, 1932 -- 1950
Israel (1948 --1967)
Italian aggression in Ethiopia, 1935 -- 1936
Italian invasion of Ethiopia, 1935
Italian invasion of Ethiopia, 1935, by the Palestine Post
Jewish National Home in Palestine
Jewish National Home in Palestine, Zionist conception, 1918 -- 1939
Jewish Palestine as reflected by the Palestine Post, 1932 -- 1948
Jewish periodicals about Palestine, 1918 --1939
Jewish Population of Palestine, perspectives and analysis by the Palestine Post, 1936
Levant Fair, Tel-Aviv, 1936, coverage by the Palestine Post
Levant Fair, Tel-Aviv, Palestine, 1936
Nazi-German politics, reflected by the Palestine Post, 1933 -- 1945
News of the Culture in Palestine by the Palestine Post
Palestine, British Mandate Territory (1918--1948)
Palestinian and Middle Eastern Affairs reflected by the Palestine Post, 1932 -- 1950
Palestinian industry, agriculture and services presented at the Levant Fair, Tel-Aviv, 1936
Palestinian Trade, symposium, 1936 by the Palestine Post
Perception of European politics with regard to Nazi Germany by the Palestine Post
Periodical, Jewish published in Palestine, 1932 -- 1948
Periodicals, Jewish
Perspectives on the investments in the Palestinian economy, 1936, by the Palestine Post
Reflections on the British parliamentary debates, 1935, 1936, 1945, by The Palestine Post
Support to the Ethiopian cause on the part of the Palestine Post
Tel Aviv (Palestine)
Tensions in political relations between France and Nazi Germany, 1936, by The Palestine Post
The Palestine Post, Jewish Zionist periodical published in Palestine and Israel, 1932 -- 1950
The Palestine Post as the voice of the Zionist cause in Palestine and Europe, 1932 -- 1950
The Palestine Posts, editors, authors and analysts, 1932 -- 1950
The tenets of European politics in 1936, by the Palestine Post
Wartime news of the Second World War, reflected by the Palestine Post

Administrative Information

Repository: Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

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<ul class="advselect" style="margin: 4px; padding: 0px; font-size: 10.8107995986938px; list-style-type: none; min-width: 100px; font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;"> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8592"> Achvah, Zionist organization in Poland, interwar period</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="4007"> Alexandria (Egypt)</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="4091"> Armed Forces, British</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8622"> Armed forces, Israeli</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8623"> Armed forces, Israeli, Zvi (Hirsch) Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="4093"> Armed Forces, Jewish, 1939 -- 1945</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8596"> British-Palestine immigrant certificate, Hirsch Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8586"> British-Palestine immigrant certificates, 1920s -- 1948</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8587"> British-Palestine immigrant certificates, Else Wallbach</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8574"> British-Palestinian citizenship, 1920s -- 1948</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8588"> British-Palestinian Citizenship, Else Wallbach</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8575"> British-Palestinian Citizenship, Gerhard Wallbach</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8583"> British-Palestinian Government, 1920s -- 1948</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8576"> British-Palestinian identification documents, 1920s -- 1948</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8577"> British-Palestinian identification documents, Gerhard Wallbach</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8584"> British-Palestinian passports, 1920s-- 1948</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8589"> British-Palestinian passports, Else Wallbach</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8585"> British-Palestinian passports, Gerhard Wallbach</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8626"> British actions and measures against Jewish emigration to Palestine, 1945 -- 1948</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8617"> British military identification documents, issued to Palestinian Jews</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8618"> British military identification documents issued to Palestinian Jews, Zvi (Hirsch) Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8559"> British Palestinian Office, prewar</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8560"> British Palestinian Office, prewar, Gerhard Walbach</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8625"> Building of the Independent State of Israel, 1945 -- 1948</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="4240"> Documents in English language</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="4180"> Documents in German language</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="5126"> Documents in Hebrew language</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="4264"> Documents in Polish language</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8595"> Dr. Emil Schmorak, Chairman of the Regional Zionist Organization of Eastern Galicia, Poland, 1930s</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8566"> Emigration financial documents, Nazi Germany</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8567"> Emigration financial documents, Nazi Germany, Gerhard Wallbach</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8463"> Emigration from Nazi Germany to Palestine, prewar</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8597"> Emigration from Poland to Palestine, 1930s</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8598"> Emigration from Poland to Palestine, 1930s, Hirsch Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="2362"> Emigration papers</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="2437"> Germany (1933 -- 1939)</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8581"> International luggage transport to Palestine, Germany, 1930s</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8582"> International luggage transport to Palestine, Herbert Liebenthal, Germany</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8579"> Jewish-Palestinian immigration work, Germany and Europe</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8580"> Jewish-Palestinian immigration work, Germany and Europe, Gerhard Wallbach</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8606"> Jewish agricultural settlement in British-mandate Palestine, work and defense</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8607"> Jewish agricultural settlement in British-mandate Palestine, work and defense, Zvi (Hirsch)Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8601"> Jewish agricultural settlements in British Palestine</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8628"> Jewish cultural, philanthropic and educational activities in interwar Europe</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8629"> Jewish cultural, philanthropic and educational activities in the United States, prewar and postwar</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8604"> Jewish military formation in British-mandate Palestine</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8605"> Jewish military formation in British-mandate Palestine, Zvi (HIrsch) Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8558"> Jewish National Fund</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8555"> Jewish organizations in Nazi Germany</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8554"> Jewish organizations in Weimar Republic</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8564"> Jewish self-defense forces in British-mandate Palestine</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8565"> Jewish self-defense forces in British-mandate Palestine, Zvi (Hirsch) Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8613"> Jews from Palestine in British military service in the course of the Second World War</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8556"> Jews in jurisprudence, Weimar Republic</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8557"> Jews in jurisprudence, Weimar Republic, Gerhard Wallbach</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8612"> Jews in self-defense service in British-mandate Palestine, Zvi (Hirsch) Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8611"> Jews self-defense service in British-mandate Palestine</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="7168"> Kennkarte (German personal Identification Card)</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8578"> Kennkarte (German personal identification card), Gerhard Wallbach</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="1120"> Lviv (Ukraine)</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="1338"> Lwow (Poland)</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="6758"> Narratives in English language</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="6754"> Narratives in German language</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8627"> Narratives in Hebrew language</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8102"> Narratives in Polish language</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8570"> Organizing emigration from Germany and German-controlled territories to Palestine, 1938 -- 1940</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8571"> Organizing emigration from Germany and German-controlled territories to Palestine, Gerhard Wallbach</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="2543"> Palestine, British Mandate Territory (1918--1948)</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8621"> Palestinian Jews in British military campaign, the Second World War, Zvi (Hirsch) Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8620"> Palestinian Jews in British military campaigns, Second World War</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8614"> Palestinian Jews in the British military service in the course of the Second World War, Zvi Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8615"> Palestinian Jews in the British Navy in the course of the Second World War</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8616"> Palestinian Jews in the British Navy in the course of the Second World War, Zvi (Hirsch) Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="2511"> Poland (1918--1939)</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8568"> Questions related to emigration of German Jews, ca 1938</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8569"> Questions related to emigration of German Jews, Gerhard Wallbach, 1938</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8593"> Regional Zionist Organization of Eastern Galicia, Poland, interwar period</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8594"> Regional Zionist Organization of Eastern Galicia in Lwow, Herman (Hirsch) Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8603"> Rehovoth (Israel)</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8602"> Rehovoth (Palestine)</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8608"> Road passes issued by British authorities in Palestine</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8609"> Road passes issued by British authorities in Palestine, Gerhard Wallbach</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8610"> Road passes issued by British authorities in Palestine, Zvi (Hirsch) Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8624"> Tel-Aviv (Israel)</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="6336"> Tel-Aviv (Palestine, 1939-1945)</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8590"> Young Zionist Pioneer Organizations in Poland, interwar period</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8599"> Young Zionist Pioneers in British Palestine, photo-documents</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8600"> Young Zionist Pioneers in Palestine, photo-documents Hirsch (Herman) Hochberg</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8630"> Zionist activities in Europe and America, prewar, wartime, postwar</li> <li style="margin: 2px; padding: 0px;" value="8591"> Zionist kibbutzim in Poland, interwar period</li></ul>

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Palestine Post, 25 April 1993 and 25 August 1934.

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The Palestine Post, 5 February 1948, p3.

"JPost | French-language news from Israel, the Middle East & the Jewish World". Fr.jpost.com. Retrieved 2013-11-21.

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Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-86.01, Palestinian Post. Thursday October 10, 1935. No. 2855Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

The Palestine Post, periodical, published on October 10, 1935.

The Palestine Post, was founded in 1932 by Gershon Agron. The name change occurred in 1950 to the Jerusalem Post.

An antecedent paper, The Palestine Bulletin was founded in January 1925 by Jacob Landau of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. It was owned by the Palestine Telegraphic Agency, which was in practice part of the JTA even though it was legally separate. On 1 November 1931, editorship of the Bulletin was taken over by American journalist Gershon Agronsky (later Agron). In March 1932, a dispute arose between Landau and Agronsky, which Agronsky resolved to settle by establishing an independent newspaper. However, Landau and Agronsky instead came to an agreement to transform the Bulletin into a new jointly owned newspaper. Accordingly, the Palestine Bulletin published its last issue on 30 November 1932 and The Palestine Post Incorporating The Palestine Bulletin appeared the following day, 1 December 1932. On 25 April 1933, the masthead was reduced to just The Palestine Post, though the newspaper continued to state its founding year as 1925 for at least a year afterwards.

Subject/Index Terms:
British mandate authority of Palestine, 1920 -- 1948
European affairs of the interwar period, reflected by the Palestine Post
Gershon Agron, editor of the Palestine Post and Mayor of Jerusalem, 1894 -- 1959
Periodicals, Jewish
Periodical, Jewish published in Palestine, 1932 -- 1948
The Palestine Post, Jewish Zionist periodical published in Palestine and Israel, 1932 -- 1950
Italian aggression in Ethiopia, 1935 -- 1936
Italian invasion of Ethiopia, 1935
Italian invasion of Ethiopia, 1935, by the Palestine Post
Palestine, British Mandate Territory (1918--1948)
Great Britain, Royal Family, interwar period
Sanctions against Italian aggression in Ethiopia, discussed by the League of Nations, 1935, 1936
Ethiopian warfare, 1935, 1936, by the Palestine Post
Palestinian newsreels, interwar period
Local news by The Palestine Post, interwar period
Polish diplomatic institution in British Mandate Palestine, interwar period
Polish Consulate General in Jerusalem, interwar period
Civil status of Polish Jewish immigrants in British Mandate Palestine, interwar period
Official advertisement of Polish Consulate General in British Mandate Palestine, interwar period
Reflections on Ethiopian affairs by The Palestine Post, 1935, 1936
Support to the Ethiopian cause on the part of the Palestine Post
The Palestine Post about the necessity to exclude Italy from the League of Nations, 1935
The Covenant of the League of Nations, 1924
Memel Territory (Klaipeda) in interwar period, by The Palestine Post
Meir Balaban, Jewish Polish historian, interwar period
Hebrew University, Jerusalem, British Mandate Palestine, interwar period
Documents in English language
Narratives in English language
Commercial advertisement, The Palestine Post
Creators:
Palestine Post, Jacob Landau and Gershon Agron, publishers (1932 -- 1950)
Palestine Post, publishers, editorial board and contributors (1932 -- 1950)

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[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-86.01, Palestinian Post. Thursday October 10, 1935. No. 2855],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-86.02, Palestinian Post. Sunday April 12, 1936. No. 3013],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-86.03, Palestinian Post. Thursday April 30, 1936. No. 3028],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-86.04, Palestinian Post. Sunday October 13, 1935. No. 2857],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-86.05, Palestinian Post. Friday October 4, 1935. No. 2851],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-86.06, Palestinian Post. Tuesday April 24, 1936. No. 3014],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-86.07, Palestine Post. Friday April 18, 1936. No. 3012],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-86.08, Palestine Post. Sunday April 5, 1936. No. 3008],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-86.09, Palestine Post. Wednesday April 8, 1936. No. 3010],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-86.10, Palestine Post. Thursday September 13, 1945. No. 5894],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-86.11, Palestine Post. Sunday September 2, 1945. No. 5885],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-86.12, Palestine Post. Friday August 31, 1945. No. 5884],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-86.13, Palestine Post. Friday August 17, 1945. No. 5872],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-86.14, Palestine Post. Tuesday August 28, 1945. No. 5881],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-86.15, Palestine Post. Wednesday August 22, 1945. No. 5876],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-86.16, Palestine Post. Sunday May 10, 1936. No. 3036],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-86.17, Palestine Post. Monday April 6, 1936. No. 3009],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-86.18, Palestine Post. Wednesday September 12, 1945. No. 5893],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-86.19, Palestine Post. Monday March 30, 1936.],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-86.20, Palestine Review. Friday October 15, 1937. No. 26],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-86.21, The Palestine Tribune. Thursday August 23, 1945. No. 30],
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