The Year of 1947
January: London Round Table Conference reopens.
February: Arab delegates and Jewish Agency reject proposal. Bevin announces British submission of Palestine problem to United Nations.
March: Arab League blames Britain and US for deteriorating situation in Palestine.
April: UN General Assembly special session on Palestine problem leads to appointment of eleven-member Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP).
June: Stern Gang claims responsibility for letter bombs addressed to leading British government officials in London.
August: Haganah terrorist attack on Palestinian orange grower's house near Tel Aviv kills twelve occupants including mother and six children.
September: Publication of UNSCOP report and announces the end of Palestinian mandate.Arab League rejects UNSCOP partition
October: Jewish Agency and US announces acceptance of partition.
November: UN General Assembly voted on UNSCOP partition plan and passed by 33 to 13 votes with 10 abstentions. Arab representatives walk out of assembly.
December:Haganah launches Plan Gimmel, designed to destabilize Palestinian population and occupy strategic positions in country.
Source: Reference: http://www.alnakba.org/chronology/sixth.htm