Harold MacMichael

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Sir Harold Alfred MacMichael (15 October 1882 – 19 September 1969 ) was a British colonial administrator.wikipedia
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Seven unsuccessful attempts, mainly by Lehi, were undertaken to assassinate him during his sojourn in Palestine.
All the men we went for individually – Wilkin, Martin, MacMichael and others – were personally interested in succeeding in the fight against us.

List of governors of Tanganyika

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In 1933 he became Governor of Tanganyika until 1937.

High Commissioners for Palestine and Transjordan

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The next year he became High Commissioner of the British Mandate of Palestine and was blamed for sending at least 768 Jewish refugees aboard MV Struma to their deaths. MacMichael, who had then completed his stint as High Commissioner of the British Mandate of Palestine was empowered to sign official treaties with the Malay rulers over the Malayan Union proposal scheme.

Ibrahim of Johor

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MacMichael made several visits to the Malay rulers, beginning with Sultan Ibrahim of Johor in October 1945.
His studies were forwarded to the military administration, and Sir Harold MacMichael, the former high commissioner of Palestine was empowered to sign official treaties with the Malay rulers over the Malayan Union proposal scheme.

British Military Administration (Malaya)

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The British Military Administration set to task of reviving pre-war plans for centralised control over the Malay states within days after British Allied forces landed in Singapore on 5 September 1945.
Sir Harold MacMichael was empowered to sign revised treaties with the Malay Sultan to enable the Union to proceed.

Malayan Union

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MacMichael, who had then completed his stint as High Commissioner of the British Mandate of Palestine was empowered to sign official treaties with the Malay rulers over the Malayan Union proposal scheme.
Sir Harold MacMichael was assigned the task of gathering the Malay state rulers' approval for the Malayan Union in the same month.

Toby Low, 1st Baron Aldington

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MacMichael's daughter, Araminta, married the politician and business leader Toby Low, 1st Baron Aldington.
Aldington married (Felicité Ann) Araminta MacMichael (d.2012) (a daughter of Sir Harold MacMichael) on 10 April 1947.

United Kingdom

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Sir Harold Alfred MacMichael (15 October 1882 – 19 September 1969 ) was a British colonial administrator.

Bedford School

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Educated at Bedford School, MacMichael graduated with a first from Magdalene College, Cambridge.

Magdalene College, Cambridge

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Educated at Bedford School, MacMichael graduated with a first from Magdalene College, Cambridge.

British Empire

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After passing his civil service exam, he entered the service of the British Empire in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.

Sudan

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After passing his civil service exam, he entered the service of the British Empire in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.

Khartoum

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He then served in the Blue Nile province until 1915 when he became a senior inspector of Khartoum province, rising to the position of civil secretary in 1926.

Tanganyika (territory)

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In 1933 he became Governor of Tanganyika until 1937.

Mandatory Palestine

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The next year he became High Commissioner of the British Mandate of Palestine and was blamed for sending at least 768 Jewish refugees aboard MV Struma to their deaths. MacMichael, who had then completed his stint as High Commissioner of the British Mandate of Palestine was empowered to sign official treaties with the Malay rulers over the Malayan Union proposal scheme.

Jews

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The next year he became High Commissioner of the British Mandate of Palestine and was blamed for sending at least 768 Jewish refugees aboard MV Struma to their deaths.

Struma disaster

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The next year he became High Commissioner of the British Mandate of Palestine and was blamed for sending at least 768 Jewish refugees aboard MV Struma to their deaths.

British Malaya

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The British Military Administration set to task of reviving pre-war plans for centralised control over the Malay states within days after British Allied forces landed in Singapore on 5 September 1945.

Allies of World War II

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The British Military Administration set to task of reviving pre-war plans for centralised control over the Malay states within days after British Allied forces landed in Singapore on 5 September 1945.

Colony of Singapore

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The British Military Administration set to task of reviving pre-war plans for centralised control over the Malay states within days after British Allied forces landed in Singapore on 5 September 1945.

England

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The Sultan quickly consented to MacMichael's proposal scheme, which was motivated by his strong desire to visit England at the end of the year.

Malays (ethnic group)

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The Malays strongly protested against the treaties, as the treaties had the effect of circumscribing the spiritual and moral authority of the Malay rulers, which the Malays held high esteem over it.

Moral authority

moral appearance
The Malays strongly protested against the treaties, as the treaties had the effect of circumscribing the spiritual and moral authority of the Malay rulers, which the Malays held high esteem over it.