The new Zionist Commission, headed by Chaim Weizmann, goes to Palestine to assess the needs of the Jewish population there. Its ideas are presented to the British Foreign and Colonial office. The Commission’s continued lobbying links it to British decision-making. The Zionist Commission was a precursor to the Palestine Zionist Executive set up in 1921 and the Jewish Agency set up in 1929.
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