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Author: John C. Holliday,Eunice Holliday
ISBN13: 978-1860640858
Title: Letters From Jerusalem: during the Palestine Mandate
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Language: English
Category: Humanities
Publisher: I.B.Tauris (June 15, 1997)
Pages: 224

Letters From Jerusalem: during the Palestine Mandate by John C. Holliday,Eunice Holliday



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Cliff and Eunice Holliday came to Jerusalem in 1922. Cliff, an architect and town planner, had the tasks of restoring part of the old city, building control outside, the preparing of a town plan, and he was later to design several new public buildings. This book contains the letters Eunice wrote during that time.

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Buildings in Jerusalem by year of completion. Buildings in the British Mandate of Palestine by year of completion. Download as PDF. Printable version.

Letters from Jerusalem : (Holliday Eunice). Bibliographical information (record 160015). Additional related names. Holliday John C. Detailed notes. Includes bibliography (p. 172) and index.

One Palestine, Complete: Jews and Arabs under the British Mandate by Tom Segev, translated by Haim Watzman. Shepherd writes that "British rule protected the Zionist beachhead in Palestine during the most vulnerable, insecure period during the 1920s and 1930s. This was, politically, the main legacy of the mandate. Similarly, Segev concludes: "The British kept their promise to the Zionists.

I have just returned from a holiday in Italy, staying at the Bella Vista Hotel, and I am writing to complain about number of points. First of all I don't understand why you have changed my travel arrangements. You switched my flight, that changed my whole day plans, and finally I lost whole day waiting for my plane at the airport. Another thing is when I got to the airport in Italy your representative didn't turned up, and I had to take a taxi to the hotel. Also when I wanted to contact with her, she avoided me, I couldn't get from her any information

If the Arcady is already booked up, please let me know what is the first ship by which you could book us, and the date it sails. Yours faithfully, V. JAMES. 10. Booking a Room in an Hotel: DEAR SIR, I shall be in York on Wednesday the 2 inst. shall be obliged if you will reserve a bedroom for One on the third or fourth floor will suit me very. Yours faithfully, H. L. MACKENZIE. 11. To a Railway C.

Jerusalem in the inter-war period lay between the ancient rule of the Ottoman Empire and the creation of the modern State of Israel, between a relatively poor and under-developed city, steeped in old ways, and a modern metropolis. Into the intervening period came the British Mandate, restoring the old city, controlling the new, and living with the political and rioting consequences of the Balfour Declaration which promised the Jews a homeland.Cliff and Eunice Holliday came to Jerusalem in 1922. Cliff, an architect and town planner, had the tasks of restoring part of the old city, building control outside, the preparing of a town plan, and he was later to design several new public buildings. Eunice wrote home regularly to her mother, and her letters give an account of everyday life, portraying a city at a critical time in its history. This book contains the letters Eunice wrote during that time.