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Party. During the spring of 1930, Passfield was pre-occupied with another colonial issue: the treatment of the black natives by British white settlers in East Africa (Kenya). In June 1930, the Colonial Office published a White Paper on “Native Policy in East Africa.” It defined Britain’s duty under

In: European Journal of Jewish Studies

proposal. The Sixth Zionist Congress in 1903 debated a fleeting offer from Britain for Jews to colonize a portion of East Africa. The proposal rent the movement into two factions: ‘territorialists,’ or those delegates who sought a refuge for persecuted Jews, whether it be in Palestine or somewhere else

In: Zutot