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Today in Jewish History - September 23 / Elul 20

1945 September 23, MOSHE SNEH (Eretz Israel)

Moshe Sneh
Courtesy of the Israeli Knesset
Head of the Haganah General Headquarters, disappointed in the continual anti immigration attitude of the British, requested from David Ben Gurion permission to begin to act. Ben-Gurion agreed and instructed him to "stage a grave incident" as a warning. With this change in attitude, plus the protest against their actions, "the season" against the Irgun (Etzel) ended and the three groups began to cooperate in order to clandestinely bring in Jewish immigrants.

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