GREAT BRITAIN: The Crown: Oct. 12, 1936

¶To crush Arab resistance to the policy of making Palestine a "national homeland" for Jews, King Edward was graciously pleased to sign at Balmoral Castle in Scotland last week an Order in Council submitted by His Majesty's Government.

Once the royal signature "Edward R. I." had been affixed, it became possible for grim-jawed Lieut. General John Greer Dill, commanding the new British Expeditionary Force in Palestine (TIME, Oct. 5), to: 1) impose censorship of the press and all communications; 2) issue regulations which, so long as they are in the form "for the...

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