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    should attack a country in special treaty relations with us would be incredible even in peace time, ...

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    the Franco-Lebanese Treaty. The report states that, while M. Edde expressed himself as being in complete agreement ...

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    and 87 of the 26th October and the 13th December, 1936, about the Franco-Syrian Treaty ...

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    WITH reference to my telegram No 10 of the 13th November reporting the signature on that date of the Treaty oT ... the French texts of the treaty and its annexes, which form an integral part of the treaty and which comprise ... of the treaty and of the annexed protocols and exchanges of letters reproduce word for word the corresponding ...

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    by negotiation after ratification of the treaty, but is vaguer than its Syrian counterpart as to what changes ... to any of the terms of the treaty. It is, however, difficult to contemplate with any satisfaction ... by deterioration of government and governed. 12. The reception of the treaty has been stormy. Tripoli has already ...

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    Artidc of Correspond ing Article in Franco-Leba n esc. Franco-Syrian. Main Foints of Difference, ij any. Protocols. 1 1 None. 2 2 None. 3 3 None. 4 4 Is less precise than in Franco-Syrian treaty and gives no indication of form which revised judicial organisation may take. 5 5 None. Exchanges ...

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    informed Council of signature on September 9th of nroces-verbal covering text of French- Syrian Treaty ... to Syrian Parliament, text of treaty and its Annexes could not y t be published. In essentials, however, these instruments were based on Anglo-iraqi Treaty of 1930, with additional designed to guarantee existing ...

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    that autonomy oi Alexandretta, secured by Treaty and recognised in 19bl, would be recognised by future authority ...

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    The spread of a popular belief that France wants to stand by the treaty, already signed, but rejected ...

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    despatch No. 56 of the 20th November, 1933, and my telegram No. 14, relative to the Franco-Syrian Treaty ... to the immediate and detailed discussion of the treaty. This was proposed by the Depute Zeki Bey El Khatib, who, ... against the treaty, whose merits had been previously disclosed to them. 3. It appears obvious from ...

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    the treaty as signed by its Prime Minister. Without doubt it will meet with lively opposition from ... official view appears to be that in the event of the Parliament s rejecting the treaty, a pro-treaty ... naively states that the pallia mentary vote on the treaty will provide a proof to France and the League ...

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    Prime Minister informs me in strict confidence that Syrian Government .-signed on November 17th a treaty with the French High Commissioner on lines of the Anglo-Iraqi treaty. The French officials however decline ... Parliament, v/hich re-assembled November 18th with a full attendance of Nationalists, must ratify the treaty ...

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    12. Signature of Treaty of Alliance between France and Syria dated November 16th 1935 is officially confirmed. Although Arabic text follows general line of 1950 Anglo- Iraqi treaty, France has strucn harder bargain. Treaty to come into force upon entry of Syria into League of Nations in about four years* tim e. ...

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    [This Document is the Property of His Britannic Majesty’s Government, and should be My telegram No.15, Treaty discussion began in Parliament this morning hut stormy session, mainly of denunciation, was interrupted hy special order of French High Commissioner proroguing Parliament for four days. Addressed ...

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    to rid herself of Syria, to conclude a treaty with her, and to introduce her as a member of the League ... considers that M. Ponsot, having brought matters to the point of a treaty, is no longer capable of taking the last hurdle, i.e., that of the actual negotiation and conclusion of a treaty. 7. The press does ...

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    and sovereignty, and the abolition of the mandate through the signature of a treaty with the French defining ...

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    of the treaty which is to be the beginning of the end of the mandate can be possible. At such a time, the visit ... and when a suitable time came—for example, when the treaty was on the point of being made or soon after ...

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    are appearing in the press that the treaty negotiations will have to be postponed until after M. Ponsot’s ...

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    and it is feared that it will negotiate a treaty with the French involving the sacrifice of the principle of unity. ...

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    with negotiations for a treaty providing for the eventual autonomy of Syria. . ^ ^ , . • r 2 Mr. Williamson-Napier’s ... the Lebanon and the other areas of French mandated territory in the Levant)—the negotiation of a treaty ...

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    that a large mass of the population would welcome a treaty on the basis of the present Syria, and be content ...

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    of President to conclude treaties; (4) to receive Ambassadors; (5) to grant pardons; and (6) to declare martial ... elections, as a first step to the negotiation of a treaty. But, whilst the serious leaders of “ nationalism ... of the previous Government. M. Ponsot declared that it was necessary, in order to conclude a treaty, to negotiate ...

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    it became obvious that he and the French Government were anxious to negotiate a treaty ... “Governments”) was quite clearly defined; first a treaty, and then a period of evolution, pending entry ... that the Nationalists would refuse to negotiate any treaty, which was not based on Syrian unity. Other influential ...

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    ’ranoo-Syrlan treaty. 2. Mr. Jokhader BBcertaln d that agreement had been reached on all points except ... for approval whereby the door will be left open In the treaty for future reconsideration of this burning ... treaty aa s basis for a franco-Syrian agreement which will contain clauses asserting the independence ...

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    hope that the draft treaty will be reedy for presentation to the Syrian parliament for ratification ...

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    had been instructed to begin negotiations at Damascus for the signature of a Franco-Syrian Treaty ... the Syrian population, that the treaty of alliance should be signed first. I have, &c. TYRRELL. [767 e—1] ...

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    as the main item in their programme a definition of the terms of the proposed treaty, which would conciliate ... of the country under the auspices of a treaty with the mandatory Power. 6. The Nationalists, at their meeting ...

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    treaty with Syria. His losing no time in coming to Damascus, and his almost feverish haste in getting ... to the treaty at the vote of confidence. The terms of this declaration were so explicit that they practically bound M. Ponsot to accept as a basis of the treaty, conditions at least as favourable as those accorded ...

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    and to point out that, in order to curry to a conclusion his desire to negotiate a draft treaty ... containing a short item in regard to the realisation of national aspirations and the conclusion of a treaty ...

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    according to the various Treaties and Pacts, it appears that France was entrusted with a mandate for two ...

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    to forecast as to the political evolution of Syria and the terms on which a treaty with the Syrian Government ... only, that of a treaty and that ol a mandate. His remark presumably implies that there can be for some time at least no question of a treaty with the Lebanon, and that the coastal districts will continue ...

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    that the Echo de Paris of a few days ago contained the following statement: — “ It is believed that a treaty ... the French mandate over the State of Syria and replacing it by a treaty similar to that concluded between ... that the treaty had been signed. 3. In view of these rumours, which seemed to me highly fanciful, I took a recent ...

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    Pasha, Prime Minister of Iraq, who during his stay in Angora for his treaty negotiations has freely ...

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    treaty negotiations, he learned beyond reasonable doubt that the lurfcsih Government, anxious, as he ...

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    treaties with Syria and the Lebanon and to arrange that they should become members of the League ... in their treaty with Iraq some years ago. He told me that the Hashimites, at any rate, would resist the choice ...

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    with the Govern ments of Syria and the Lebanon in the near future treaties which will take into account ... What indications there are suggest that the treaties referred ...

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    /?7 V referred to by the French Accredited Representative would be on the lines of the Anglo-Iraq Treaty of 1922, and would entail the selection of a suitable person who would be proposed to the Syrians for election by plebiscite either as King or President. Nevertheless it seems likely that.while the French ...

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    of the misgivings about the sanctity of the Treaty of Versailles, but she was above all a realist in her policy, and she W'Ould never take an active part in upsetting the treaty. But neither would Turkey consent ...

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    Power’s intention of concluding in the near future treaties with the Governments of Syria and the Lebanon, ...

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    % \ ✓ •2 it that the present process of evolution pointed to the termination of the mandate for Syria and the Lebanon at a not very distant date, and that, consequently, the Treaty to be concluded ... it is probable that the proposed treaties would be on the lines of the Treaty concluded by His Majesty's ...

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    proposed to conclude a Treaty with Syria on the same lines as that which has recently been concluded between His Ma jesty ’ s Government and Ii‘aq« bln FRJSCIS HUMPitirfS was of opinion tnat the Treaty proposed by the French would be similar to the Treaty concluded by His Majesty’s Government with Iraq ...

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    to conclude a treaty with %ria on the lines of the Anglo-Iraq Treaty of 1922. On King Ali ...

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    treaty would "be concluded, he enquiring with v;hcm this replied, with the representative of United ... of the population, which would be held after the treaty had been conelv.ded e King Ali could not remember whether ... did he understand that the conclusion cf the proposed treaty would bring with it the admission ...

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    that this would be done at a It.ter stage in order to enable the treaty to be concluded? That was the proposed period for which the treaty woulu remain in force 3 iiing Air was unable to ans-ver any ... a treaty regime under the mandate corresponding to the regime which has been in force here for the past ten ...

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    candidate to the throne oi Syria to reject a treaty arrangement upon the lines of the Anglo-Iraq Treaty ...

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    in the Lebanon. With regard to the actual terms of the proposed treaty, everything depends upon the good will of the two parties 9 The Anglo-Iraq Treaty of 1922 could have been interpreted by His Majesty’s Government less liberally than has, in fact been the case. The subsequest provision in the Treaty of 1926 ...

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    that the French Government were considering the terms of a Treaty \diich they hoped to negotiate with Syria next ...