1941 in Mandatory Palestine
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|1941 in the British Mandate of Palestine|
Events in the year 1941 in the British Mandate of Palestine.
- High Commissioner - Sir Harold MacMichael
- Emir of Transjordan - Abdullah I bin al-Hussein
- Prime Minister of Transjordan - Tawfik Abu al-Huda
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- 15 May - The Palmach is established.
- 14 July - World War II: The Armistice of Saint Jean d'Acre (also known as the "Convention of Acre") is signed on at the "Sidney Smith Barracks" on the outskirts of the city of Acre, ending the Allied invasion of Vichy French-controlled Syria and Lebanon.
- 11 February - Avraham Hirschson, Israeli politician
- 13 March - Mahmoud Darwish, Palestinian Arab poet and writer of prose (died 2008)
- 22 April - Amir Pnueli, Israeli computer scientist and Turing Award winner (died 2009)
- 7 July - Yisrael Poliakov, Israeli singer, actor and entertainer (died 2007)
- 13 July - Ehud Manor, Israeli songwriter, translator, and radio and TV personality (died 2005)
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