High Commissioner – Sir Harold MacMichael
Emir of Transjordan – Abdullah I bin al-Hussein
Prime Minister of Transjordan - Tawfik Abu al-Huda
18 February – World War II : The Polish Anders Army arrive in Palestine, where many Polish Jews, including Menachem Begin, desert to work on establishing a Jewish state in Palestine. This becomes known as the 'Anders Aliyah'.
12 May – The founding of the kibbutz Gvulot.
1 – 20 November Lehi members flee from the Latrun Detention Camp through a 70 meter long tunnel.
December – The founding of the kibbutz Yad Mordechai.
1 March – Benny Begin, Israeli geologist and politician
30 April – Ze'ev Boim, Israeli politician and Knesset member (died 2011)
30 April – Nechemya Cohen, Israeli army officer, the most decorated soldier in the history of the IDF (died 1967)
July – Tanya Reinhart, Israeli linguist and peace activist (died 2007)
12 December – Hanan Porat, former Israeli politician (died 2011)
18 December – Hanoch Levin, Israeli playwright, theater director, author and poet (died 1999)
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Mubarak Awad, Palestinian Arab, Arab-American psychologist and political activist
1 January – Arthur Ruppin (born 1876), German-born Zionist Palestinian Jewish leader
14 October – Shaul Tchernichovsky (born 1875), Russian-born Palestinian Jewish Hebrew poet
1943 in Mandatory Palestine Wikipedia
Events in the year 1943 in the British Mandate of Palestine.