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. The Colonial Office determined to exert tighter controls over any future Jewish immigration and land purchases. It appointed Sir John Hope-Simpson, a Liberal politician who had served as vice-president of the Refugee Settlement Committee in Greece, to investigate the land issue in Palestine. Before

In: European Journal of Jewish Studies

. Clzarltorz: Air Power and the principle of parity. 1938, 5: John Hope Simpson: The Refugee Problem. - Wickham Steed: From Frederick the Great to Hitler: The consistency of German aitns. JOURNAL DU DROIT INTERNATIbNAL: 1938, ; Bela Gallia: La protection légale du brevet d'in?-ention en Hongrie. 1938

In: Nordisk Tidsskrift for International Ret

work for Jewish refugees in Czechoslovakia” by the mid-1930s. 17 Schmolka’s international influence was so great that the British refugee expert John Hope Simpson mistakenly called her the “head of the Jewish organizations in Czechoslovakia.” 18 In early October 1938, Schmolka and Steiner travelled to

In: Beyond "Ordinary Men"

Settlement and Development, by Sir John Hope Simpson (London: His Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1930); Government of Palestine, Palestine Development Department, Agricultural Development and Land Settlement in Palestine (First and Supplementary Reports), by Lewis French, Director of Development

In: Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient

a model of neither humanity nor wisdom, and its repercussions, economic and political, were considerable. Sir John Hope-Simpson, who was intimately involved, later observed that it had meant an appalling amount of misery and hardship to all concerned,. 10 Yet, in the 1920s the Lausanne treaty was

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online

preferred the fleshpots of Constantinople to serious fieldwork. 34 Post-1918 humanitarian aid was thus a growing field given the extent of mass population displacement. NGOs constituted a core part of the emerging international refugee regime. Sir John Hope Simpson’s encyclopaedic study of refugee

In: Journal of Migration History

, Colonial O ffi ce, Report on Immigration, Land Settlement and Develop- ment, by Sir John Hope Simpson (London, 1930), p. 68. 101 Interv. Y‚sif and F®r‚k YaÆaq‚b. JESHO_645-Nadan_1-39 2/18/2005 4:15 Page 30 30 AMOS NADAN In a few cases, such as one in the District Court of Jaffa, oral evidence by a debtor

In: Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient

Frohnert, Reaching , 331–365. 26 John Hope Simpson, The refugee problem. Report of a survey (London 1939) 257, 357; ­Betänkande angående flyktingars behandling (Stockholm 1946) 335–376; Lindberg, Flyktingpolitik , 302–315; Skran, Refugees , 132; Caestecker, in this issue. 27 Caestecker and Moore

In: Journal of Migration History

. Sir John Hope Simpson reported in 1930 to the British Secretary of State for the Colonies that the result of the Fund's activities was that "that land has been extra territorinlized It ceases to be land from which the Arab can gain any advantage either now or at any time in the future." See, Palestine

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online

n. 56. 101 Id. at 93, noted by John Hope Simpson in 1930. 1 0 3 Id. 104 Q UIGLEY , supra note 73, at 25 (quoting J OSEF W EITZ , A SOLUTION TO THE REFUGEE PROBLEM 13 ( 1967 ). 105 B ENNY MORRIS, THE BIRTH OF THE PALESTINIAN REFUGEE PROBLEM (1987). 1 06 H. ' 0 ' Hostilities included Arab

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online