If the British did not quite view Zionism as serving their strategic interests in the Middle East—except, temporarily, in the middle of World War I—did the successive U.S. administrations view this colonial project any differently? This question gains urgency during the years 1939 to 1948, when the United States took over from Britain the mantle of surrogate mother country to the Zionist colonial settler movement.
KeywordsMiddle East Zionist Movement Jewish Immigration Jewish State Jewish Settler
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