3 edition of Bernadotte in Palestine, 1948 found in the catalog.
Bernadotte in Palestine, 1948
Includes bibliographical references (p. 297-302) and index.
|LC Classifications||DS126.92 .I4 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 308 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||89010644|
Folke Bernadotte (), Count of Wisborg, non-royal nephew of King Gustaf V, Swedish diplomat and Vice-Chair of the Swedish Red negotiated the release of s prisoners from German concentration camps during World War II. After the war, he was appointed as the United Nation's first mediator and charged with finding a peace plan to end the Arab . On 20 May , Folke Bernadotte was appointed “United Nations Mediator in Palestine”, in accordance with UN-resolution of 14 May It was the first official mediation in the UN’s history.
United Nations Security Council Resolut adopted on Aug , after receiving a report by the Acting United Nations Mediator in Palestine on the completion of his responsibilities the UN decided to pay tribute to the late Count Folke Bernadotte, the then current Acting Mediator Dr. Ralph J. Bunche and the Belgian, French, Swedish and American officers who served on . recommended citation. wilson, mc, "bernadotte in palestine, - a study in contemporary humanitarian knight-erranty - ilan,a" (). international history : MC Wilson.
Benny Morris, The First Arab-Israeli War (New Haven and London: Yale UP, ), pp. Israel Kolatt, “The Zionist Movement and the Arabs”, in Jehuda Reinharz and Anita Shapira (eds.) Essential Papers on Zionism (New York: NYU UPress, ), W. F. Abboushi, "The Road to Rebellion: Arab Palestine in the 's". As head of the Stern Gang, Shamir authorized the assassinations of Lord Moyne, the British minister in Palestine, in , and Folke Bernadotte, the U.N. envoy (and Swedish count) in
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This book concerns Bernadotte, the Swedish diplomat who was appointed the UN mediator in Palestine in and initiated the "Bernadotte Plans". It recounts the main events of his life before he was assassinated, including the first and second truces, and. Get this from a library.
Bernadotte in Palestine, a study in contemporary humanitarian knight-errantry. [Amitzur Ilan]. Get this from a library. Mediation & assassination: Count Bernadotte's mission to Palestine, [Sune Persson]. During the fight for Jewish statehood, extremist military groups sometimes resorted to the use of terrorist tactics.
One such instance Bernadotte in Palestine in when members of the Jewish underground organization LEHI killed UN Peace Mediator Count Folke Bernadotte to protest his diplomatic efforts to modify the Palestine partition plan. This book concerns Bernadotte, the Swedish diplomat who was appointed the UN mediator in Palestine in and initiated the "Bernadotte Plans".
It recounts the main events of his life before he was assassinated, including the first and second truces, and Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. The police investigation did not begin until 24 hours later and was at best, according to Bernadotte in Palestinethe authoritative and admirably objective account by Israeli historian.
Mediation & assassination: Count Bernadotte's mission to Palestine, [Persson, Sune] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mediation & assassination: Count Bernadotte's mission to Palestine, Author: Sune Persson. A translation of the count's book describing his negotiations was published in the United States under the title The Curtain Falls ().
Onthe five big powers of the United Nations Security Council agreed in the choice of Count Bernadotte as mediator to seek peace in the Arab-Jewish conflict in Palestine. Count Bernadotte, Reports On Palestine To U.N.
Security Council AKA Count Bernadotte At Un () MS Count Folke Bernadotte, UN mediator for Palestine, seated at table speaking (see dope sheet.
Bernadotte in Palestine, a study in contemporary humanitarian knight-errantry / Amitzur Ilan Ilan, Amitzur, [ Book: ]. Book Reviews KRISTER WAHLBÄCK Sune Persson: Mediation and Assassination. Count Bernadotte's Mission to Palestine in Ithaca Press, Londonpp. The entrance hall of the United Nations building in New York displays two mem-orial plaques.
They commemorate UN officials who died in service: Folke Ber-nadotte in Jerusalem in and Dag. Bernadotte." The government of Israel added on Septemthat "The government of Israel is outraged by the appalling crime committed yes-terday in Jerusalem This murder is an attack on the authority of the UN and a calculated assault on the sovereignty of Israel" The Bernadotte Proposals Count Bernadotte's report had.
Abdullah in Amman 11 May Safad captured by the Haganah 13 May Gush Etzion captured by the Arab Legion 13 May Jaﬀa surrenders to the Jewish forces 14 May Termination of the British Mandate over Palestine 15 May Proclamation of the State of Israel 15 May Armies of Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Transjordan, and Egypt enter.
Folke Bernadotte, Count of Wisborg (2 January – 17 September ), was a Swedish diplomat noted for his negotiation of the release of ab prisoners from German concentration camps during World War II.
Inhe received a German surrender offer from Heinrich Himmler, though the offer was ultimately rejected. After the war, Bernadotte was. Count Folke Bernadotte was a Swedish diplomat appointed as mediator of the Israel-Arab war (Israel War of Independence) by the furthered two plans for resolution of the conflict that were blatantly pro-Arab, and was assassinated by the LEHI group on Septem This is the first of two plans, submitted as "suggestions" that Bernadotte prepared.
War in Palestine Strategy and diplomacy sheds new light on one of the most decisive moments in Arab-Israeli relations an the series of events that were to decide the modern borders of involvement in the Israeli-Palestine conflict had begun during the late s, but military intervention was not considered until Novemberwhen the United Nations.
Bernadotte in Palestine, Bernadotte in Palestine, pp | Cite as. Palestine After Bernadotte. Authors; Authors and affiliations; Amitzur Ilan; Chapter. 2 Citations; 19 Downloads; Part of the St Antony’s book series. Abstract. We have noted the effect of Bernadotte’s mission on the future of Palestine and its people.
But Cited by: 1. Good background on Bernadotte is in Marton, A Death in Jerusalem. 3 The text is in Tomeh, United Nations Resolutions on Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict, pp.
4 FRUS"Text of Suggestions Presented byCount Bernadotte, at Rhodes, to the Two Parties on Jpp. 5 C. Sulzberger, New York Times, 9/18/ Bernadotte and Andre-Pierre Serot, a French Air Force colonel and United Nations observer, were both murdered by members of one such group, Fighters for the Freedom of Israel (LEHI), on Septemin Jerusalem.
At his death Bernadotte left behind several books, as well as various historical treatises documenting his official duties for. Arab involvement in the Jewish-Palestine conflict had started during the late s, but it was only in the wake of the UN Partition Resolution of 29 November that active military intervention was considered.
The Arab League tried to form a unified army that would prevent the implementation of the Partition Resolution, but failed. In Egypt, the government and the army. UN and Israel. The United Nations was established on Octo Palestine was then administered under the internationally sanctioned League of Nations British Mandate.
In FebruaryBritain decided to terminate its presence in the Mandate. It turned the issue of Palestine over to the United Nations.War in Palestine, DOI link for War in Palestine, War in Palestine, book.
Israeli and Arab Strategy and Diplomacy. War in Palestine, DOI link for War in Palestine, War in Palestine, book. Israeli and Arab Strategy and Diplomacy. By David Tal. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 24 June.On Bernadotte's murder, see Amitzur Ilan, Bernadotte in Palestine, A Study in Contemporary Humanitarian Knight-Errantry, St.
Martin's Press, ; Kati Martin, A Death in Jerusalem, NY: Pantheon Books, ; and Ted Schwarz, Walking with the Damned: The Shocking Murder of the Man Who Fr Prisoners from the Nazis, Paragon House.