Anti-Jewish Rioting Breaks Out in England Over Murder of Soldiers in Palestine

Because of the murders of two British sergeants in Palestine the day before, anti-Jewish rioting breaks out in Liverpool, Manchester, and other English cities.

Britain's Colonial Secretary Arthur Creech calls the actions of the Zionist terrorists of Irgun "coldblooded and dastardly murder."

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