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אוטוקרטיה של ישראל
Motto: "Nation, Family, God"
Anthem: "O Army, Sentinel Be of Me"
|Common languages||Modern Hebrew and Anglic|
|Government||Authoritarian-nationalist dictatorship, constitutional monarchy (nominally)|
|Head of state|
• 1941 - 1951
|King Ezra II (nominal)|
• 1941 - 1951
|General David Azoulay|
• 1941 - 1950
• 1950 - 1951
|Historical era||Era of Great Nationalism|
• Army coup of XX
• Battle of Yerushalayim
|Currency||Yisraeli new shekel|
The Autocracy regime, officially the Autocracy of Yisrael, commonly referred to as Azoulay's Yisrael, was an authoritarian-nationalist regime under the leadership of General David Azoulay, self-styled as the so-called "Supreme Autocrat," that ruled Yisrael from 1941 to 1951. It took its name from a military coup d'état carried out by Azoulay on XX, 1941. Azoulayism became the state ideology. It was opposed by the Yisraeli resistance to Azoulayism, led by Asher Berkowitz, a future President of Yisrael. The regime was overthrown during the Year of Blood. After its defeat, the winning Constitutionalists restored the constitutional order from 1920.
- 1 Origins of the regime
- 2 Timeline of events
- 2.1 1941 Army coup
- 2.2 Azoulayism implemented
- 2.3 End of the Long Pause: Phase II (1949)
- 2.4 Resistance uprising
- 3 Aftermath
- 4 See also