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    37-44 45 46-48 49 50-51 52 Foreign Office, November, 1946. 1 1 13622 [32557] ConfideBtial. BAHRAIN RECEI ...

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    was the defence of India, and this involved watching and countering Russian political and economic thrusts from ... Gulf a region of great strategic importance to India, and therefore to this country, ... were considerable : Mohammerah was a port of call for British India Steam Navigation Company’s vessels, ...

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    with the Foreign Office and the Government of India, Sir A Hardinge addressed a letter to the Sheikh on the 24th ... assurances, and His Majesty’s Minister at Tehran, in the knowledge that a Russian consular officer ... faithful to the Shah and acted according to our advice, we should continue to give him our good offices ...

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    to the Germans for support. The Foreign Office took the view that the Sheikh, by reason of the geographical ... of the Sheikh’s existing state of autonomy. 9. After consultation with the Government of India, the Political ...

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    the proposed loan, neither His Majesty’s Government nor the Government of India w T ere at first anxious ... personal revenue and be granted an asylum in India or elsewhere. Finally, he asked for a form of written ...

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    and convey to him the revised assurances on which His Majesty’s Government and the Government of India ! had ... of Basra, in preparing the way for a peaceful British occupation of that port. The Government of India now ...

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    be absolutely the last resort and ought not to be necessary. The Foreign Office were somewhat disturbed ...

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    anxiety to His Majesty’s Legation for the best part of the year, but as a result of their good offices ... of the Central Government was to remain as inspecting officer for the whole province of Arabistan. 30. In April, ... Government—who were alone able to afford him that financial support which he required. The Foreign Office also ...

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    to the officer commanding the departing troops were to be on his guard to prevent people who have local quarrels ... in the Foreign Office on learning of these two messages was that they were both capable of various ...

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    but the Foreign Office had grave doubts whether the existing good relations between the Sheikh and Reza Khan (who ...

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    and the view expressed in the Foreign Office was that it was easy to understand the latter’s attitude, ... Office telegraphed to Mr. Ovey informing him of reports received from the Anglo-Persian Oil Company ...

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    language to the Sheikh in accordance with the Foreign Office instructions of the 23rd August, and he ... as “a usurper and a transgressor of the Persian nation.” The Foreign Office therefore felt it necessary ... in looking to them for support were he to kindle a war and suffer defeat. The Foreign Office felt ...

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    Chamberlain (who had succeeded Mr. Ramsay MacDonald at the Foreign Office) addressed a telegram to Sir P. ...

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    in so far as matters lay outside Persian jurisdiction. Thus, in 1935, they and the Government of India ... to the Government of India in ...

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    the Government of India or His Majesty s Government in the matter. But the Foreign Office successfully urged ...

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    himself or his family; this would not preclude His Majesty’s Legation from using their good offices ... Office, October 1946. HUGH K. GREY. ANNEX. Texts of British Assurances to the Sheikh of Mohammerah, ...

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    continue to give you our good offices and support. As I have, however, said above, I do not regard ...