1934 in Mandatory Palestine

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1934 in the British Mandate of Palestine

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See also:

1934 in the United Kingdom
Other events of 1934

Events in the year 1934 in the British Mandate of Palestine.

Incumbents[edit]

Events[edit]

  • According to official statistics there were 42,359 Jewish immigrants during 1934.[1]
The first German Youth Aliyah group walking towards Kibbutz Ein Harod, 1934

Unknown dates[edit]

Notable births[edit]

  • 13 January – Avraham Ravitz, Israeli politician and member of the Knesset (died 2009).
  • 21 February – David Avidan, Israeli poet, painter, filmmaker, publicist and playwright (died 1995).
  • 5 March – Daniel Kahneman, Israeli-American economist, Nobel Prize laureate.
  • 13 May – Ehud Netzer, Israeli archaeologist (died 2010).
  • 24 June – Daoud Hanania, Jordanian heart surgeon.
  • 26 July – Raaphi Persitz, Israeli chess master (died 2009).
  • Full date unknown

Notable deaths[edit]

80-year-old Musa al-Husayni being clubbed by a British Policeman, Jaffa, 27 October 1933.

References[edit]

  1. ^ O'Brien, Conor Cruise (1986) The Siege. The Story of Israel and Zionism. 1988 Paladin Edition. ISBN 0-586-08645-5. p.202