December 11: Turkish rule ends in Jerusalem. British High Commander, Field Marshal Allenby leads his army into Jerusalem, captured from Ottoman Empire following 400 year rule.
December 5: Jabotinsky, New Zionist Organization President (Hatzach), is "Etzel Military Leader". Agreement in Paris, between him and Irgun commander Tehomi, determining "Tehomi will direct the organization according to his instructions".
December 19: "HaYarden", Hatzohar daily newspaper in Eretz Israel, forbidden publication for 3 months, following appearance of main article "Sword of Brothers". HaYarden first appeared on 24 April 1934.
December 28: Agreement reached in Warsaw for cooperation between Betar and Etzel on immigration to Eretz Israel, Eri Jabotinsky signing for Betar and Hillel Kook signing for Etzel.
December 24: 38 Etzel members in Mishmar HaYarden Course convicted of possessing armaments and explosive materials. All received prison sentences. British Army Commander in Eretz Israel eased sentences for all.
December 8: B.B.C. devotes special broadcast to Jewish Legion 50th Anniversary, founded in WW I. Royal Fusiliers commander noted, "The Jews had to prove themselves, as the British didn't believe in them militarily".
December 1: Herut youth and Gahal Student Association members demonstrate opposite French Embassy in Tel Aviv, against French President De Gaulle's hostile policy, who blamed Israel for Six Day War.
December 1: Israel's first Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, David Ben Gurion, dies. Declared establishment of State of Israel, among Histadrut and Mapai founders, opponent of both Jabotinsky and Begin.
December 17: Avraham Shechterman dies. Gahal and Likud Knesset member in Seventh and Eighth Knessets. Deputy Mayor of Tel Aviv. Betar member and commander of first Etzel Course for Pilots.