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How Did The Mandated Structure Shape The Map Of The Middle East? (Case Study Sample)


The paper is all about the mandate of Palestine and conflict.


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How did the mandated structure (generally) shape the map of the Middle East?
The mandate of Palestine partitioned lands that previously belonged to the Ottoman empire and explained the proposed spheres of influence to Britain and France wanted after world war one. The mandate permitted the French to control Syria and northern Syria, Lebanon, Mesopotamia and Turkish Cilicia (paramere, slide 5). The Palestine mandate also gave British control over Palestine, Jordan and Jordan valley, Arabia and areas around the Persian Gulf and Baghdad. Russia controlled the Turkish Armenia and northern Kurdistan.
What were the problems that the mandate of Palestine created and what were the solutions to those problems? Were those solutions effective at solving the conflicts?
The mandate of Palestine created a conflict between the Arabs and the Jews. The Arabs resented the Jews for receiving Palestine (paramere, slide 18). The conflict was fueled by religious fervour as there emerged a religious clash between Judaism and Islam. The Jews still believed that the Palestine land belonged to them because of the Balfour Declaration of 1917. Therefore, some Jews migrated from Britain and other areas in Western Europe to Palestine (paramere, 21). The Arabs did not accept the Jews immigrants into Palestine and this created war.
The British decided to come up with solutions following the hostilities between the Jews and Arabs (paramere, slide 22). The British decided to uphold their promise from Balfour declaration and instead created a state homeland for the Jews.
How did the German create a systematic method to engage in the “final solution?”
German together with their agents developed ghettos, shipment camps, and enforced labour campsites for the Jewish throughout the war. The German leaders as well developed several enforced-labour equally in the German Reich and territories for the non-Jews. Later on, militarized battalions ordered the police officials to move behind the German lines and conduct killing of the Jews (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, paragraph 8). German SS and police units in support by the Wehrmacht and the Waffen SS also murdered more than a million Jews.
How did the creation of the state of Israel positively impact some while negatively impact others?
Creation of Israel impacted positively on Israel, Egypt

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