Tiberias Subdistrict, Mandatory Palestine
|Subdistrict of Mandatory Palestine|
|Today part of||Israel|
In 1945 it was part of Galilee District.
According to the 1947 Partition Plan, the Subdistrict was to lie entirely in the Jewish State. After the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, small amounts of the territory south and east of the Sea of Galilee were conquered by the Syrian Army and became a No Man's land, while most (nearly 90%) of the subdistrict became the modern-day Kinneret County in the Northern District (Israel).
- Safad Subdistrict (North)
- Acre Subdistrict (West)
- Beisan Subdistrict (South)
- Nazareth Subdistrict (West)
- Syria (East)
Depopulated towns and villages
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