Access to History for the IB Diploma. The Arab-Israeli by Michael Scott-Baumann

By Michael Scott-Baumann

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However, the Jewish Agency and its forces were ready to respond. They had always known that the Arabs would resist the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine. In December 1947, when the British announced that they would leave Palestine in May 1948, the fighting between Arabs and Jews intensified. At first, the Jewish forces acted defensively: they sought to hold on to and defend the land they had been allocated by the UN. However, they soon also went on the offensive and fought to gain control of Jewish settlements in the land allocated to the Arabs and of the roads leading to them.

Each of the questions will ask only about one source. You will often see questions that ask you to convey the message or meaning of a source. This is asking you to explain what the source is saying. Question 1 requires no prior knowledge, just the ability to read and understand sources. When you start your examination, you will receive five minutes of ‘reading time’ when you cannot actually touch your pen and start writing. Use the time wisely and read question 1a to see which source it is asking about.

Each part involves reading comprehension and simply asks you to tell the examiner what the sources say. Each of the questions will ask only about one source. You will often see questions that ask you to convey the message or meaning of a source. This is asking you to explain what the source is saying. Question 1 requires no prior knowledge, just the ability to read and understand sources. When you start your examination, you will receive five minutes of ‘reading time’ when you cannot actually touch your pen and start writing.

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