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    ^ v V "\ rrN IF 8 ® . SAUDI ARABIA EXT 788 19 r APR I 947 « Treaty Series No. 13 (1947) £ /pA Exchange of Notes between His Majesty’s Government in the United Kingdom and the Government of Saudi Arabia prolonging the Treaty of Jedda of 20th May, 1927 as modified by the Exchange of Notes of 3rd October, 1936 ...

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    of Saudi Arabia prolonging the Treaty of Jedda of 20th May, 1927,(') as modified by the Exchange of Notes ... of Saudi Arabia (the King of the Hejaz, Nejd and Dependencies) and His Majesty The King of Great Britain, ... the Saudi Arabian Govern ment propose that as from the 4th Shawwal, 1362, corresponding with 3rd October, ...

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    August, 1943, regarding the relations existing betweeh the members of the Saudi-Arabian Royal Family, ...

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    this problem, more vital to this than to surrounding countries, as Saudi Arabia, which grows practically no food ...

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    7. In one of our interviews, at which the resident Middle East Supply Centre representative and the recently appointed British transport adviser attended, Ibn Sand showed great understanding of the difficulties which faced His Majesty's Government in their endeavour to keep Saudi Arabia supplied with even ...

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    interest to havey their''attention'distracted'by^ disturbances in Saudi * Arabia." Let him'do •'air ...

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    byTraq and Saudi Arabia], You are now authorised to make necessary arrangements to be received by Ibn ... by the authorised recipient and not passed on] E 829,43/25. [Cypher] WAR CABI JET DISTRIBUTION. TO S^.IIDI ARABIA ...

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    the existence of a state of war between Saudi Arabia and tne Axis Powers. They feel that such a declaration ... eventual declarations by Saudi Arabia and Irah---- should be made simultaneously, do not want Iraq to act first and Saudi Arabia to follow. x + -,?* regards the Iraqi Government's desire / ?4'h ere ...

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    J OFFICE TO BAGDAD V M' X it- «Januai : jM5& t]^, ■.- * Repeated to/ Cairo Tedda file copy D. 2.40. V.m/soth January, 1942, No.522/ Nop 2/ Government of Inc J eni sa 1 em ! No 1120, "tr | ] bkt l ^M — / -CoJ s:^ Your a, telegram Iraq 'aha^auai Arabia / ^jy • 28th. la should /enter 1 the ; war]. Suggestion ...

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    not ^ preclude a simultaneous declaration by Saudi Arabia aMIrac if such a step on the part of the latter can ...

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    Middle East Far Council 2 . 20 an'd Bagtfac? telegrams N osT 22 tJetf y £ ' , __As regards Saudi nrabia, ...

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    specify at the outset what facilities we want in Saudi Arabia. 7. Considering our relations with Ibn Saud, ... Cornwallis. Meanwhile I urge decision on Saudi Arabia be reached as soon as possible so that we can go ahead ...

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    the arming and equipping of a Saudi army. I do not, in view of the general consensus of opinion ...

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    of an open alliance with Saudi Arabia would outweigh the dis advantages. 2. The advantages which, from ... on the Saudi Arabian Persian Gulf coast and in northern Saudi Arabia; (4) the opportunity of developing air routes across Saudi Arabia; (5) increased security against Axis activities in the Red Sea area. 3. ...

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    agreement. It 'would not involve Saudi Arabia m greater .commitments- or obligations than Egypt and Iraq have ... statement be made regarding ‘assistance which we were rendering to Saudi Arabia in return* , . 7, No final ... to furnish 15 on Saudi Arabian territory all facilities and assistance in Ir ^ power'* Uf. Article 4 oi .the ...

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    It is probable therefore that -open adherence of Saudi Arabia 'go Allies would make it more difficult’ for Muslim ...

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    What purpose would that serve - with British posts all round Arabia and British ships on the surrounding seas? ...

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    He extended his talk on these lines and went on to speak of the aerial post across Arabia, via Riyadh, to al Hasa from Jedda, which he hopes to inaugurate very soon with his own aircraft and pilots. ... of the uniformed Saudi Arab army, about which there will very likely be exaggerated reports in neighbouring ...

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    Although there are no exports, other than oil from Saudi Arabia as a surety for such credits, ...

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    H' ^ THIS DOCUMENT IS THE PROPERTY OF HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY’S GOVERNMENT A ARABIA. CONFIDENTIAL. [E ... of material for you and our new Minister to think over. 3. The state of the Saudi finances seems to be worse ... be possible, with goodwill on the Saudi side, to devise some means of British assistance in getting order out ...

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    to Turkey and not 60 piastres to Saudi Arabia, “ We are ready to be helped.” 4. His Majesty left me at Kharj ... finances are in an unhappv condition, but that with borrowings from the C.A.S.O.C. [California-Arabia ...

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    of the first aeroplane coming to Riyadh, piloted by a Saudi pilot, Abdullah-al-Mandili, from the Hejaz. ... grounds in North and North-Eastern Arabia, the grounds being provided with petrol reserves. This would ... not see that there could be any grave objections to a few Saudi Arabs being trained for this work ...

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    BRITISH UmilGW, ^o. 5126/483/95 P.Z. ;43i 1940 SitODI ARABIA* December 26th, 1959. My dear Lacy, I send you herewith a copy of an interesting letter dated December 16th received fro i de G&ury* ... The state of the Saudi finances seems to be worse than we had thought, and with a small pilgrimage ...

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    with goodwill on the Saudi side, to devise some means of British assistance in getting order out of chaos ... However de Gaury’s proposal to train the Saudis to record their own meteorological data is on a different footing. The difficulty might be to persuade the Saudis of the necessity of having such data at all: ...

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    remark about our giving of sixty millions to Turkey and not sixty piastres to Saudi Arabia, "We are ready ...

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    officials of the King's Di*an, lead me to believe that the Govern ent ? s finances are in an unhappy condition, but that with borrowings from the C.A,3.0,0, (California- Arabia standard (il Company), against future roytilties and with economies, with the raking of which one of the officials, ...

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    no doubt think differently. (b) The use of landing grounds in North and Forth- Eastern Arabia, the grounds ...

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    , trained for this work in Egypt, so that in case 5 of need the Saudi Arab Government could •* arrange ... occurred to me and the preparation for which need not affect 7 Saudi Arabian neutrality, since ...

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    for German propaganda in Saudi Arabia. When asked to leave Iraq the German Minister, Dr. Grobba, naturally wished to make for the other country to which he is accredited, viz. Saudi Arabia, and he asked Ibn Saud ...

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    agent comes to Saudi Arabia with the intention of carrying on anti-British propaganda, his presence ... in Saudi Arabia is Herr Hall, of Jedda, and he, owing perhaps in part to the fact that he is half ... of ’’Personalities in Saudi Arabia"), was indulging in pro-German talk in his cups at the beginning of the war, ...

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    he continues his pro-German utterances, I think a word to the King will suffice to reduce him to silence. There is no need for His Majesty's Government to maintain a counter espionage service in Saudi Arabia "because there should he no espionageo This has already been recognised by the Foreign Office. 5. ...

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    [This Document is the Property of His Britannic Majesty’s Government, and should be returned to the Foreign Office if not required for official use.] GENERAL DISTRIB UTION ,, From SAUL I- ARABIA C Decypher. Mr, Trott (JeGda). 15th October, 1959. D. 12.50 p.iii. , 15th October, 1959. R. 2.14 p.m., 15th ...

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    explained, they do not think it in the least likely that Saudi Arabia will be wantonly attacked* Even ... will wish to add Saudi Arabia to her enemies. But in the unlikely event of Italy taking such actiofi, His ... to the Foreign Office if not required for official use.] rO v " £ ^ TO SAUDI ARAB'JI- (S 5041/177/25). Cypher ...

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    [This Document is the Property of His Britannic Majesty’s Government, and should be returned 2'oil to the Foreign Office if not required for official use.] From SAUDI ARABIA. Decypher. Sir R. Bullard (Jedda). 27th April, 1959. D. 9.45 a.in. 27th April, 1959. R. 11.50 a.m. 27th April, 1959. No. 58. IMPORTANT ...

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    of assistance to Saudi- Arabia. Date 26.4.59. From War Office to Foreign Office. Description Army Council ...

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    *- r [This Document is the Prope rty of His Britannic Majesty’s Government, and should be returned to the Foreign Office if not required for official use.] (E.2827/177/25). To: SA UDI-ARABIA . Cypher telegram to Sir R. Bullard, (Jedda). Foreign Office. 24th April, 1939. 12,30.p.m. No. 64. IMPORTANT . oOo Your ...

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    that Saudi Arahia will he wantonly attacked. Should general hostilities begin, hov/ever, Italian forces based ...

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    of adding Saudi Arabia to her enemies, especially if she were able to occupy equally convenient positions ... if for no other reason, wish to help Saudi Arabia in firecuring evacuation of these positions and unless Italy ... /3. occupy positions on Saudi Arabian coast in order to threaten British communications in Red Sea. ...

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    the / mechanical side of the community of interest Between Saudi AraBia and Great Britain would work in a crisis, and, in particular, how soon help from Great Britain would reach Saudi AraBia and what form it would ...

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    the mechanical side of the community of interest between Saudi Arabia and Great Britain would work in a crisis, and, in particular, how soon help from Great Britain would reach Saudi Arabia and what form it would ...

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    the mechanical side of the community of interest between Saudi Arabia and Great Britain would work in a crisis, and, in particular, how soon help from Great Britain would reach Saudi Arabia and what form it would ...

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    it nossible) Saudi-Arabia and Iraq must try to bring about arrange ment between Arabs and French and Arabs ... [This Document is the Property of His Britannic Majesty’s Government, and should be returned to the Foreign Office if not required for official use.] Decypher. From: SAUDI-ARABI A> Sir R. Bullard, (Jedda). ...

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    [This Document is the Property of His Britannic Majesty’s Government, and should be returned to the Foreign Office if not required for official use.] Prom SAUDI-ARABIA. Decypher. R. Sir R. Bullard (Jedda). April 15th 1939. 10.50 a.m. April 15th 1939. 11.'iO a.m. April 15th 1939. No.52. My telegram No.48 ...

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    This point was the possibility of aggression against Saudi Arabia. King Abdul Aziz had asked, if I remembered rightly, what would be the attitude of this country were SaudiArabia to be the victim of aggression. ... in which Saudi Arabia was the victim of aggression by a major Power without (Heat Britain being at war; ...

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    Iraq and Saudi Arabia before taking a final decision regarding the postponement of the end ...

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    in the Middle East requires that there should he the closest co-operation between Great Britain and Saudi Arabia. Your Majesty mentioned in your letter certain points on which you desired to ascertain the views ...

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    in Palestine, Secondly Your Majesty enquires what attitude this country would adopt if Saudi Arabia were ... as they are at present, it is difficult to envisage any aggression on Saudi Arabia by her neighbours« Nor can ... as a world Power was being challenged, any European Power would wantonly attack Saudi Arabia, especially ...

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    The relations between Great Britain and Saudi Arabia are therefore governed by their treaties ... of the Government of the United Kingdom to restrict the liberty of action of Saudi Arabia. I am prepared, if Your ...

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    of the integrity of Saudi Arabia as springing from vital necessities may lead the Government of that country ...

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    of the Marquess of Zetland a copy of the document noted in the subjoined schedule on the subject of Anglo-Saudi ...

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