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    by .arshad, pledged to restore order and then resign, leaving the treaty on the shelf for the moment. Nun ...

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    - 2 - , J . 6 j, I said o1 ’ course you ¥/ould be most concerned about the treaty. Nuri Pasha said he was desperately sorry but it must be shelved for the moment. He begred me to believe, which I do entirely, that he had struggled to the limit of his powers. He was heartily ashamed of the deplorable scene ...

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    moment, it is more satisfactory than anything Arshad could have formed. 6. As regards the treaty it can safely be said that the •Government is strong enough to secure ratification by the Majlis ... will be taken as regards the treaty. ...

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    Wo .. Telegram 0- Anglo - Irani Treaty. + (\ fi # T 7 Arab'League nay oesibly consider new ... Paletota^i. o.% & Anglo-Iraql Treaty at Its next meeting. This would se;ci undesirable, particulafcly before Treaty has been approved by Iraq Parliament. <*►* UoK. Ministers at Dwriascus ^Jk & ^iemtr h. have ...

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    r ) i^TTFc I f mcClf* 1 Following is guidance on main points in the Anglo- a • it Iraqi Treaty about which ...

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    which do not concern her. 3. It has also been suggested that this Treaty gives Britain greater ... GJiaiba. In fact tne only d'efinite facilities provided for in the Treaty are those at Habbaniya ... forces. 5. The treaty was not rushed through in a few. days ^.n London. The London negotiations represent ...

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    it was agreed that first step must be to re-establish law and order after which Treaty would be discussed ... to restore order so that Treaty could be properly considered by whole country. There was, however, ... the 14 members 01 his Government are known to have been opposed to Treaty of Alliance and these include ...

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    IRiTQ 1. Disturbances in Bagdad resulting from announcement of signature of lieu Treaty of Alliance l^d ... Minister. After meeting, communique was issued stating that:— It was unanimously agreed that Treaty does ... the Treaty in question. Therefore Regent promises Iraqi people that no treaty whatever not ensuring rights ...

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    disorders. On our return to Iraq yjg shall explain intentions of new treaty to ~x arliament and people. We are confident that it will be found that treaty realizes national aspirations of Iraq and that overwhelming majority of country will support it. My colleagues and I signed treaty in this belief". Ends • 4* Speaking ...

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    Iraq No. i (1948) TREATY OF ALLIANCE between His Majesty in respect of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and His Majesty the King of Iraq [with Annexure and Exchanges of Letters] Portsmouth, 15th January, 1948 [The Treaty has not been ratified by His Majesty] Presented by the Secretary ...

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    Treaty of Alliance between His Majesty in respect of the United Kingdom of Great Britain ... Desiring to conclude a new treaty of alliance with the object of consolidating the friendly relations which ... l 1 ) “ Treaty Series No. 67 (1946),” Cmd. 7015. ...

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    Party, notwithstanding the provisions of Article 2 of the present Treaty, become engaged in war, the other High Contracting Party will, subject always to the provisions of Article 4 of the present Treaty ... Article 4 Nothing in the present Treaty is intended to or shall in any way prejudice the rights ...

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    4 Article 7 The present Treaty shall be ratified and shall come into force upon the exchange ... into force of this Treaty, the High Contracting Parties may, at the request of either of them, negotiate ... of 15 years. At the end of 20 years, if the present Treaty has not been revised, it shall remain ...

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    as Peace Treaties have entered into force with all ex-enemy countries, His Majesty the King of Iraq grants ... referred to in (c) above, it being understood that the Peace Treaties are to be deemed to be fully in force ... as the Peace Treaties have fully entered into force, His Majesty the King of Iraq may invite such units to use ...

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    immediately on the entry into force of this Treaty to co-ordinate defence matters between the Govern ment of the United Kingdom and the Iraqi Government within the scope of this Treaty. This body, which will be known ...

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    7 I* (c) The co-ordination of measures to enable the forces of either High Contracting Party to fulfil their obligations under Article 3 of the Treaty, (d) Consultation regarding the training ... disposed in Iraq in pursuance of the present Treaty, or otherwise by agreement between the High Contracting ...

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    15f/t January, 1948 On the occasion of the signature of the Treaty of Alliance between Great Britain ... Portsmouth, Your Excellency, ^ ]5th January, 1948 In connexion with the Treaty signed by us to-day I desire ...

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    January, 1948 With reference to Article • 4 of the Treaty signed to-day, I desire on behalf of my ...

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    1948) D No,.29 My telegram 10th January G No # l. IRAQ# Treaty was signed, to—day, 15 th January, ...

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    G No. 1 of 10th January, I have the honour to enclose copiee of the draft of revised Treaty of Alliance with Iraq, as initialled in London 10th January. 2. It is hoped to sign the Treaty on 15th January ...

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    for InfbrmatTon“'to British Middle'last Office for Gommanders-inr-Gilef o New Anglo-Iraqi Treaty of Alliance ...

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    I enclose text of draft Anglo-Iraqi Treaty. The issue of the above has been duly authorised. Copy to ; U.K. ...

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    A A. I —T™' Secret. Not to be published Portsmouth, dated the 15th January, 1948. Dear Mr. Bevin, In view of the fact that the Agreement signed on 31 st March, 1936, relating to the Iraq railways is one of the eubsidiary instruments abrogated by the new Treaty, I wish to inform you that, if the Iraq Government ...

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    Secre t. Portsmouth, dated the 15th January, 1948 Jith reference to the notes attached to tne new Treaty alliance signed to-day relating to certain military installations in the Basra area which your Government are handings-over free of 1 charge to the Iraqi Government., I desire to confirm the Iraqi ...

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    Draft of a letter to be initialled in London but to be sent to the British Embassy at Bagdad from the Iraqi Government on the return of Iraqi Ministers to their country after the signature of the Treaty, Sir, you are aware, when the Treaty which was signed in London comes into force, the present guards ...

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    Letter from Mr# Bevin to the Iraqi prime Minister* Portsmouth, dated the 15th January# .1948* Sir, With reference to article 8 (a) of the .annexure of the Treaty, j have the honour to inform you that my Government will contribute during the first four years of the operation of the Treaty towards the expense ...

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    30 DRAFT ANGLO-IRAQI TREATY (9.1.48). *r< P REAi/iBLE» His Majesty the King of Great Britain, Ireland and the British Dominions beyond the Seas and His Majesty the King of Iraq. Animated by the most ... treaty of alliance with the object of consolidating the friendly relations which exist between them ...

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    Should either High Contracting Party, notwithstanding the provisions of Article 2 of the present Treaty, become '** La "g > Of»jQ i n^a» subject always to the provisions of Article 4 of the present Treaty, immediately come to his aid as a measure of collective defence. In the event of an imminent menace ...

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    34 ARTICLE . 4 . Nothing in the present Treaty is intended to or shall in any way prejudice the rights and obligations which devolve or may devolve, upon either of the High Contracting parties under the Charter of the United Nations or under any other 4ja±^.ru>-tion&l oonvan-tiona i^entten^ ...

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    35 ARTICLE[L The present Treaty, of which the Annexure js an integral part, shall replace the Treaty of Alliance signed at Bagdad on third day of June, one thousand nine and thirty of the Christian ... into force of the present Treaty. The above is without prejudice to any financial obligations which have ...

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    < i-iJRT I CLIj 6 . Should any difference ari&e relative to the application or interpretation of this Treaty, and should the High fail to settle s.Moh fi^so^ n^p ^y direct negotiation*, the. difference shall be referred to the international Court of Justice unless the parties agree to another mode of settlement. ...

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    ARTICLE 7. The present Treaty shall be ratified and shall coue into force upon the exchange ... into force of this Treaty* the High Contracting Parties nay, at the request of cither of them, negotiate ior ... of 15 years. At the end of 20 ye rs* if the present treaty has not been revised, it shall remain ...

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    3 of the Treaty. (b) In the event of either High Contracting Party becoming involved in war, or of a menace ... such time as Peace Treaties have entered into force with all ex-enemy countries. His Majesty the King ... of the two air bases referred to in (c) above, it being understood that the Peace Treaties are to be deemed ...

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    joint advisory Uody will be set up immediately on the entry into force of this Treaty tfO coordinate ... of this Treaty* This body* which will be known as the Anglo-Iraqi Joint Defence Board, will be composed ... Contracting Party to fulfil their obligations under Article 3 of the Treaty*

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    4(14 /iNNSXURS - /.RTICLE 7 Subject to any nodi fieations which the two High ^ Contracting Parties nay agree to introduce in the future* the Iraqi Governnent will continue to extend to the units of His Britannic Majesty’s Forces disposed in Iraq in pursuance of the present Treaty, or otherwise by agreement ...

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    IXUPF LETTER PROM THE IRAQI PRIME MINISTER TO THE SECRETARY OP STATE POR FOREIGN APPAIRS. Portsmouth^ dated the 15 th January, 1948. Sir, With reference to Article 4 of the Treaty signed today, I desire on behalf of my Government to state that the Covenant of the League of Arab States signed ...

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    I ' v f Portsmouth, dated the 15th. January # 1948# Sir, On the occasion of the signature of the Treaty of Alliance between Great Britain and Iraq, I have the honour to assure Your JSxcellency that, with a view to assisting the Iraqi Government in their desire to carry out extensive plans of economic ...

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    Portsmouth, dated the 15th January 1948-. ^ Sir, In connexion with the treaty signed hy us today I desire on behalf of my Government to inform you that the military installations in the Basra area, Vuilt by the British forces during the War of 1933-45, specified below will be handed over free of charge to the Iraqi ...

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    to stage of initialling an agreement to-day, 10th January. It is hoped that Treaty will be signed in course ...

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    ■ir ,-aal ,-atrtok. Trie Govomnents of India and i aJdatan had not been inforraod until a vjeek ago tii&t a revision of tho Treaty \sith Iraq was oontaaplatod. Tl»y were then i ^roiy inforraed tiuit t>ie ... Treaty vriiioh was sent to the Governaenta of the four white Barniniona on 15th ooooubor. If tiie Treaty ...

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    for England early in January to discuss revision of Treaty of Alliance of 1930, 2, Iraqi Government expressed to us a desire some time ago for revision of some points in Treaty in light of chang ed circumstances ...

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    and secret discussions have been held in Baghdad to. i examine possibility of revision of 1930 Treaty ... for revised Treaty of Alliance with Annexure are > being sent by despatch. Articles 3 and 4 of draft treaty ... the other High Contracting Party will, subject always to the provisions of Article 4 of the present Treaty ...

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    no Treaty was of any value unless it was of such a nature , that it would endure and that it would form ... Majesty nay be in a position to carry out his obligations under Article 3 of Treaty His Majesty the ’ ing ...

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    be in a position to carry out his obligations under Article 3 of the Treaty His Majesty the King of Iraq may invite ... if 1 necessary be secret, to be signed at same time as Treaty, embodying invitation to His Majesty’s Government ...

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    in Baghdad to examine the possibility of revision of the 1930 Treaty of Alliance with Iraq. Annexed to the memorandum is the preliminary text of the United Kingdom draft of the revised Treaty of Alliance which ...

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    3655/47, regarding the draft treaty of Establishment and Navigation which it is proposed to use as a basis ... the Treaty to be extended to the Arab Sheikhdoms of the Persian Gulf, if at a later date it is desired to do ... the word "Protectorates" in the fifth line of the draft Article 31 of the proposed Treaty, the words "to ...

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    GO Coioraercial Relations and Treaties Department, Board of Trade, Millbank, London, S.W.l. 28th ... to refer to your letter of the 15th July about the Draft Treaty of Establishment and Navigation which ... of the Draft as it now stands is such as to enable the Treaty to be extended to the Arab Sheikhdoms ...

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    treaty of Ustablialment and Navigation TThich it Is proposed to use as a basis for negotiations ... as to enable the Treaty to be extended, if desired, to the .grab SheUdidarns oi* the ierslan Gulf, which ... informed confidentially of tJie intention of H.II.G. to open negotiations for tlie proposed Treaty ...

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    1947, No.C.R.T, 1875/47 on the draft Treaty of Establishment and Navigation betv/een His Majesty’s ... on the same subject dealing with a proposed treaty to form the basis of negotiations with Iraq, the words ’’to ... in the fifth line of Article 32 of the draft, in order to permit of the Treaty being extended to the Arab ...

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    and the Iraqi Prime Minister when they raise the question of treaty revision, as they are now virtually certain ... still feel that it would be premature and most undesirable to attempt to embark on treaty negotiations ...

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