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Amery Denies Jabotinsky’s Letters Photographed on Palestine Arrival

March 27, 1929
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A denial that the Palestine immigration officials photographed correspondence or made extracts from letters found when the Inggage of Vladimir Jabotinsky was examined on his arrival in Palestine, was made by Colonial Secretary Amery in reply to a question raised by Josiah Wedgwood. Labor M. P.

Coloned Wedgwood asked the Colonial Office whether they had received a report regarding the examination of Jabotinsky’s inggage, indicating who was responsible and why this had been done. Colonel Amery stated that the High Commissioner reported that the examination was undertaken in accordance with the general practice which has since been terminated.

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