Woodhead Commission Report—British Government Advises Against Partitioning Palestine
Woodhead Map—Source: UK Government, Palestine Partition Committee report 1938

Pressure from Arab leaders and growing instability in the eastern Mediterranean push the British government to withdraw the idea of resolving the Arab-Zionist conflict with a two-state solution—a recommendation offered by The Peel (British Royal Commission) Report a year prior. At the moment when the Jewish condition in Europe is teetering on disaster, Britain imposes draconian restrictions on Jewish immigration and land purchase in Palestine. (source)