1920 in British-administered Palestine

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1920 in British-administered Palestine

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See also:

1920 in the United Kingdom

Events in the year 1920 in British-administered Palestine (British-controlled part of OETA territory).

Incumbents[edit]

Events[edit]

Unknown dates[edit]

Notable births[edit]

  • 1 June - Amos Yarkoni, Israeli Bedouin senior IDF officer (died 1991).
  • Full date unknown
    • Michael Gross, Israeli painter, sculptor and conceptual artist (died 2004).
    • Hasib Sabbagh, Palestinian Arab businessman (died 2010).

Notable deaths[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tom Segev, One Palestine, complete: Jews and Arabs under the British Mandate, Henry Holt & Co., New York, 2001, p. 127–144.
  2. ^ Mary Wilson, (1990) King Abdullah, Britain and the Making of Jordan p 44.
  3. ^ Luke, Sir Harry (1953) Cities and Men. An Autobiography. Volume II. Aegean, Cyprus, Turkey, Transcaucasia & Palestine. (1914-1924). Geoffrey Bles. London. p.243
  4. ^ Luke, Sir Harry (1953) Cities and Men. An Autobiography. Volume II. Aegean, Cyprus, Turkey, Transcaucasia & Palestine. (1914-1924). Geoffrey Bles. London. p.247
  5. ^ Martin Sicker, (1999) Reshaping Palestine: From Muhammad Ali to the British Mandate, 1831-1922 p 158.