The Committee for a Jewish Army, the Emergency Committee to Save the Jewish People of Europe, the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation, and the American League for a Free Palestine captured the imagination of some Americans while earning the hatred of almost the entire American Jewish leadership of the World War II era.
What does CNL stand for?
CNL stands for Committee of National Liberation (World War II Italian group)
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We have 73 other meanings of CNL in our Acronym Attic
- Certificate of Non-Licensure (Pennsylvania criminal legal document)
- Chronic Neutrophilic Leukemia (disease)
- Circuit Net Loss
- CityNightLine (German Rail)
- Clinical Nurse Leader
- Club Nautique de Limoges (French nautical club)
- Columbia, Newberry, and Laurens Railroad Company
- Commercial Net Lease (Orlando, FL)
- Commission Nationale de Linguistique (French: National Linguistic Commission; Benin & Togo)
- Compensated Neutron Log (oil industry)
- Competitive Need Limitation (trade)
- Confédération Nationale du Logement (French: National Confederation of Housing)
- Conical-Nose Lead (bullets)
- Constrained Natural Language (restricted set of nouns and verbs for requirements documents)
- Controlled Natural Language
- Could Not Locate (various organizations)
- Crocker Nuclear Lab
- Cumulative Net Loss
- Sindal Airport, Denmark (IATA code)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Committee of National Liberation in northern Italy publicly accepted responsibility for the executions and called them a "necessary conclusion to a phase of history which has left Italy in a state of material and moral ruin.
ff Bergson was found to be providing financial assistance to the Irgun, it would mean he had violated federal regulations concerning the registration of foreign agents, because the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation had registered itself as an agent of "the Hebrew Nation," rather than of the Irgun.