And the Brits were not particularly at fault for denying them entry. British imperial rule rested on the most tenuous of threads - the belief among the local populace that London's rule was preferable to the alternative. Introducing large numbers of Jews into the Palestine Mandate had the potential of making British rule not just there, but everywhere a large Muslim population existed untenable, on the eve of a potential shooting war with the biggest economic and military power in Europe, Nazi Germany. Again, like FDR, British leaders had no obligation to let large numbers of Jewish or other refugees into their territory, whether Britain proper or British holdings around the world.
you really are a piece of work.
“British leaders had no obligation to let large numbers of Jewish or other refugees into their territory..”
Yes, they did have an obligation upon which they reneged. It was called the Palestinian Mandate, as you seem to know. What does that mean? It was a document directing the British to establish a Jewish State.
Stop distorting history to suit your agenda.