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Jacobson Plan (1932)

A partition plan for Palestine proposed by Avigdor (Victor) Jacobson, World Zionist Organization delegate to the League of Nations, in 1931. Jacobson's plan called for a Jewish state to be established in areas of Palestine inhabited by Jews at the time, in addition to vacant territory for purposes of immigration absorption and economic development.
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