Palestine police as a career
London : Crown Agents for the Colonies, circa 1945. Quarto, illustrated self-wrappers by Clive Upton (worn, old folds), pp. 16, illustrated, defective, an illustration cut from the central page.
Rare recruitment book for the British Palestine Police just prior to Israel’s independence in 1948.
“During the British Mandate (1920-1948) the Palestine Police formed a crucial institution in which British and Palestinian Jewish and Arab Policemen worked together. The success and challenges faced by the Palestine Police are key to a proper understanding of the history of the Palestine Mandate. For example how did the Police relate to the local population, enforce law and manage crisis situations?” – The Middle East Centre Archive – St. Anthony’s College, https://www.sant.ox.ac.uk/mec/meca-palestine-police-oral-history.html