Royal Fusiliers 38th Battalion of British Army organized for campaign in Eretz Israel. Reach Egypt from England, under command of Lieutenant Colonel Patterson and First Lieutenant Jabotinsky
March 22, 1932: Poem "The Betar Song", written by Zeev Jabotinsky, published as Betar Movement anthem. Following Etzel division in 1940, 'Tagar' stanza becomes Etzel anthem.
March 24, 1934: Brit Hatzohar resigns from Jewish National Council following conflicts in Yishuv (pre-State community) after murder of Chaim Arlosoroff and decisions against Hatzohar by 18th Zionist Congress.
March 6, 1939: Avraham "Yair" Stern comes out against Jabotinsky and Raziel. Stern defines Etzel strategy guidelines during press conference in Warsaw: response actions against Arabs and encouraging illegal immigration.
March 14, 1939: Eri Jabotinsky submits "Plan of the Ten Thousand" to Betar leadership. Basic principle: to bring 10,000 illegal immigrants to Eretz Israel shores by September 1, 1939.
March 7, 1940: Zeev Jabotinsky sets out on Hatzach mission to the U.S. One aim of mission: to organize Jewish army to fight alongside Britain against Nazi Germany.
March 6, 1946: Etzel fighters raid 'Tzfrifin' (Sarafand) Camp on "procurement" mission. Forced to retreat under exchange of fire. Michael Ashbel and Yosef Simhon captured and sentenced to death.
March 19, 1948: Etzel "Second Front" initiates actions against British targets in Europe. Attack carried out on "Park" Hotel, Vienna, location of British military offices.
March 27, 1948: Hagana and Etzel units cooperate in joint actions to remove Arab blockade on Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem.