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    vC r fr,Jv „ — y p^tpP^ . & 1 S . ECi ® r EaOM IjQRD WAVELL^" l(j ^THIuK-IiA^i^,NCJL!i, dated 5tli Afarch, 1947 Ijl r it 11. You mentioned in your letter of February 6th the decision of Klfl£ Ibn Sauci that no Kuelim from the Iiidian .rmy should be included in the Military Mission which is in^ to lauai Arabia ...

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    the inclusion of Eunni Moslems from the Indian Army in the British Military Mission to Saudi Arabia. f^r You ...

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    to Saudi Arabia by providing following Sunni TWO Latest requirements for Sunni Moslems as stated (a) One ...

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    Government r/ /Of India glad to be associated with Military Mission•to Saudi Arabia and will provide Sunni ...

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    DRAFT LETTER Sir Orme Sargent, K.C.M.G., C.B., Foreign Office, S. W. 1. \ tfi - «V 5 _ Saudi of a s:fla the Brit Arabia.-^ We have^/sent the enclosed telegram ...

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    and connected^correspondence. Proposal fof^^desp^ch of British Military Mission t^Saudi Arabia is under urgent confideratiOTi. ... ^ ^ ba of greatest assistance to Mission/for liaison with'the" Saudi Military authorities, and would ...

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    r\\ ■ 4 (CU W*' UjL The War Staff, - Ar”^- - /i^o cL~*-+- •. •.JL +.'*.. /5 a-<.+Jc}u— TJU Fx>. i u.s.s. British Military Mission to Saudi Arabia . With reference to Sir W. Crofts note of 14th October, it is correct that about two years ago, Ibn Saud asked us to send a Military Mission of Sunni-Moslems Arabia ...

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    about Sunni Moslems for the British Military liission in Saudi Arabia. I am not sure if this is your affair or Military; if the latter, mil you please pass it on? When in Cairo I used to be strongly in favour of introducing Indian Moslems into Saudi Arabia, and deprecated what appeared to be timidity ...

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    of a small Sunni Moslem contingent in the British Military Mission to Saudi ^rabia. \'1e had previously ... to maintain a quick ana easy liaison with the Saudi military authorities, who may be expected to spend much ...

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    IUssion to Saudi Arabia must be on a Oowemnantal as opposed to a G.K*Q* level. The External Department ...

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    Mission to Saudi Arabia. I have not previously pressed this matter strongly, but we have now, as a result of a visit by CGS HELP to Saudi Arabia to discuss details, received a very strong recommendation from General ...

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    that hard core of trained and specialist troops. The 'irdr Man- sour rc-affirmed he undertaking of the Saudi ... arranged between the head and the Saudi Arabian authorities; they could then begin training im edintoiy ... was obtained regard ing the strength, distribution and organisation of the Saudi array, and of the terns ...

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    (E.8895/822/25). * Dear Donaldson, FOREIGN OFFICE, S.W. 1> 17th September, 194h! rha . ^ Q&jUbS* ' */* * / 7?- Thank you for your letter Ext.5877/46 of the 5th September about the provision of Sunni-Moslem Indian Officers for the proposed British Military Mission to Saudi Arabia. We feel that, ...

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    Officers to proposed British Military Mission to Saudi Arabia. ] In view of practical difficulties involved ...

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    as part of a British Military Mission to Saudi Arabia. 29 th August, 1946 . ...

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    Ext. 5877A6 r DRAFT LETTER C.W. Baxter, Esq., M.C., Foreign Office, 5 SEP 1546 s.w.i. The War Office have been in correspondence with our 14ilitary Department about the provision of Sunni-Moslera Indian Officers for the proposed British Military Mission to Saudi Arabia. I have now seen copies ...

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    mission for Saudi Arabia]. I should be grateful for your considered views as to whether it is still ...

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    of the military mission was not specified in the Saudi Arabian Government’s request at that time, nor was any ... In the circumstances and in view of the Saudi Arabian Government’s declared intention that the mission should ...

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    0SS Military Mission to Saudi Arabia . As Sir D* Monteath says, a similar proposal to send a British Military Mission tp Saudi Arabia ms considered about two years ago,

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    ‘ ' fetched. The concession for Saudi Arabian oil is held by an American Company and so far as I am aware Ibn Saud has no say in where the Company • Lr ? sen^ their oil. A draft letter to the If ax Office, is submitted. ip. J*y Al tU 5**W AAi - fvpAAAtf Ar-hl S*e*A~* - C* fl ti * s ...

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    should take the form of a Military Mission to Saudi Arabia, and to enquire whether the Gove> nment ... that Middle East oil is of considerable value to India and the importance of Saudi Arabia will increase ... the Mission, since such personnel would be "persona grata" with the Saudi Arabians and he able to visit Holy ...

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    C.-in-C. o o7\ Military Mission to Saudi Arabia 1. The War 0 fice informed us (flag C) ... and the fact that the importance of Saudi Arabia will increase in consequence. (b) The Mission would derive value from having Sunni Moslem Officers as the latter, besides being "persona grata” with the Saudi ...

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    the provision Oj. Sunni T'oslem officers for the rilitary Mission to Saudi Arabia. Indian Army. The British Army ... to-v-, -f- r • x oi Midule Bast oil, and the fact that the importance of Saudi Arabia^ will increase ...

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    a Military Mission for SAUDI ARABIA. W e had hoped G.H.Q. INDIA would be able to provide a proportion ... you send party to JEDDA to carry out official discussions in conjunction with H.M. Minister with Saudi ...

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    the Foreign Office, request your views on the rank that Head of Mission to SAUDI ARABIA .should hold. ./e have ...

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    been able to extract from the Saudi Arabians. They are not very clear what they want except that, being ...

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    by SUMI IvDSLElvB except Head of Mission GSO I Gomd Offrs School. 2 . H.M. Minster to SAUDI ARABIA ...