I came across an interesting article titled “Mandate for Palestine”
The Legal Aspects of Jewish Rights by Eli E. Hertz.
Right at the beginning of the article, one can see a map of the original borders envisioned for Palestine, the Jewish homeland. The second map shows how the country of Palestine was reduced by 77% when the British illegally ceded most of the country to Jordan.
The “Mandate for Palestine,” an historical League of Nations document, laid down the Jewish legal right to settle anywhere in western Palestine, a 10,000-square-miles3 area between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea.
The legally binding document was conferred on April 24, 1920 at the San Remo Conference, and its terms outlined in the Treaty of Sèvres on August 10, 1920. The Mandate’s terms were finalized and unanimously approved on July 24, 1922, by the Council of the League of Nations, which was comprised at that time of 51 countries,4 and became operational on September 29, 1923.
Below, Lamis Deek, an attorney and co-chairperson of the Al-Awda Palestine Right to Return Coalition, speaks about Palestine. She is not disturbed by what England did to Palestine in the 1920s. She refers only to when Israel appeared on the scene.