I think the game started with a lot of players thinking they could find a peaceful solution pretty easily, and wanting (perhaps with hindsight) to be very humanitarian. The situation changed quite quickly though, as Irgun and Lehi pursued an increasingly violent terror campaign, determined to destroy any possible deal that did not give them the Jewish state they wanted.
I got to play Abdullah I bin al-Hussein, King of Jordan and when I read the provided briefing I decided to go big or go home. My long term plan was to try to unite the Arabs and go for a one-state solution. I planned to aggressively use my military advantage over my peers and positive relationship with the British
“Is it too much to hope that eventually Arabs and Jews will sit down in the same room?" Ernest Bevin, Foreign Secretary (London conference January 30th 1947) "That would be too optimistic" Emil Chamoun, Lebanese delegate Divided Land is a multi player committee game set in the chaos of the Palestine problem in 1947. It is primarily a game about