MacDonald, Malcolm

(1901–81)
   British colonial secretary. Son of Ramsay MACDONALD, Malcolm held office as colonial secretary in 1935 and again from 1938–40. He issued the anti-Zionist White Paper of 1939 which practically closed the doors of Palestine to Jewish refugees from Nazism, imposed drastic restrictions on Jewish land purchases, and declared that after a transition period Palestine would become an Arab state with a guaranteed Jewish minority, not to exceed 30 per cent of the population. The White Paper was swept away by the establishment of Israel in 1948.

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