דלג לתפריט הראשי (מקש קיצור n) דלג לתוכן הדף (מקש קיצור s) דלג לתחתית הדף (מקש קיצור 2)

Attacking the "Police Mobile Force" (P.M.F) stations

On the night of February 22nd to 23rd 1946, the Palmach raided four bases of the P.M.F, which was considered the best British police unit in Eretz Israel.
On the night of February 22nd to 23rd 1946, the Palmach raided four bases of the P.M.F, which was considered the best British police unit in Eretz Israel. Its policemen were primarily involved in oppressing the Resistance Movement's operations, and the Yishuv was full of animosity towards them. Four of the Palmach Battalions participated in this operation. The name of the operation was: Operation "Beans".
The operation expressed the escalation in the Resistance Movement's activity, as it was no a direct response to any act by the British. The P.M.F units also engaged in searching after immigrants and weapons. However, the military character of the attacked targets indicate that this operation was part of the directed battle against military targets, and not part of the 'Tied Battle' (Prolong activities) approach regarding Haapala and Settlement.