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In 1923, as part of the outcome of World War I, France was awarded with the "Mandate of Syria" by the League of Nations. This mandate empowered France to administer and otherwise control affairs in this area of the Middle East, which in fact consisted of portions of both modern-day Syria and Lebanon.

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