Reactions to the White Paper 1939 — - rejected by the Zionist : contrary to their promise made in the BD -> disappointed in the Brits, sought America as an ally - rejected by the Arabs: they wanted immediate independence Charles D. Smith: “The 1939 White Paper had outraged the Zionist without satisfying the Arabs"
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I grew up in a family that despised displays of strong emotion, rage in particular. We stewed. We sulked. When arguments did occur, they were full-scale conniptions, and we regarded them as family failings. Afterward, we withdrew from one another and tried our best to strike the event from our memories.