Attitude of the United States toward the Arab-Zionist controversy concerning the future status of Palestine and toward the question of Jewish immigration into Palestine; establishment of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry 1
1. For previous documentation concerning the policy of the United States regarding the Palestine question, see Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. v, pp. 560 ff.
Received January 5—3:10 p.m.
 The American Director of Economic Operations in the Middle East (Landis) to President Roosevelt
[Received 2:18 p.m.]
[Received about March 3.]
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 Lieutenant Colonel Harold B. Hoskins to the Deputy Director of the Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs (Alling)
[Received March 11—1:55 p.m.]
[Received March 18—8:10 a.m.]
[Received March 21—11:20 a.m.]
 Memorandum by the Director of the Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs (Murray) to the Acting Secretary of State
[Received 1:58 p.m.]
 Memorandum by the Deputy Director of the Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs (Alling) to the Assistant Secretary of State (Dunn)