Herbert Samuel revamps his memo now entitled ‘Palestine’ and distributes it to Cabinet members in early March 1915
Balfour Declaration issued: Britain promises a national home for the Jews in Palestine
Weizmann sends a memorandum to Philip Henry Kerr, a member of Lloyd George’s secretariat.
Lloyd George: French will have to accept a British protectorate in Palestine
Lloyd George said to be “emphatic on the point of British Palestine”
PM DAVID LLOYD GEORGE AND CONSERVATIVE PARTY STATESMAN LORD CURZON MEET STRATEGIST AND DIPLOMAT SIR MARK SYKES ON THE EVE OF HIS DEPARTURE TO MIDDLE EAST. INSTRUCT HIM THAT NO PLEDGES SHOULD BE GIVEN TO THE ARABS CONCERNING PALESTINE
Lloyd George on British Army’s advance into Palestine
Weizmann Meets C.P. Scott
Lloyd George establishes a War Cabinet
Asquith resigns; Lloyd-George becomes Prime Minister
JUNE 1915 – PRIME MINISTER DAVID LLOYD GEORGE INTERVIEWS CHAIM WEIZMANN AS HEAD OF THE BRITISH ADMIRALTY LABORATORIES FROM 1917 TO 1919, WEIZMANN WAS ENGAGED IN SCIENTIFIC WORK FOR THE WAR EFFORT — INVENTING A PROCESS TO PRODUCE SYNTHETIC ACETONE NEEDED FOR EXPLOSIVES.