This book examines the relationship between these three bodies: (1) the Jewish Fellowship, (2) the Arab Office, and (3) the Committee for Arab Affairs. In doing so it has the objective of examining active anti-Zionism. This is one of the least documented and understood, yet important and interesting aspects of British involvement in Palestine. Indeed, while there has been much analysis of Britain's official Palestine policy and the dynamics of the Anglo-American relationship over Palestine in the final years of the British Mandate, and while in recent times the Arab and Jewish sides of the conflict have been subject to an extensive (and often intensely critical and revisionist) historical illumination, there has been little written on either the subject of anti-Zionism in general or the anti-Zionist effort in Britain in particular.2