The British certainly did consider the Irgun to be a 'terrorist' organization, and there is no surprise about that one. But, knowing full well the indespensibility of Irgun in sending its fighters to enlist in the British Army for combat against Nazi Germany, as well as mounting joint commando raids against pro-Axis entities in the Middle East, the British pointedly did not associate the Irgun with Nazism, Fascism, or collaboration with the enemy. This is a modern interpolation by LFW (Left Wing Fascists).
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