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  1. Mapping Aden: The British Occupation of A Vital Trading Port

    and incorporated in the plans also included ‘works against Arabs’ and ‘Advanced Redoubt required only against... Arabs, but also ...


  2. The 1940s: Perfect Peace in the Midst of War

    opinion in the Arab sheikhdoms had been ‘consistently pro-British’. This is repeated in the later reports... The transfer was recognition ...


  3. A Quest for Knowledge: The Basra Date Palm, the Botanical Garden in Bengal

    Bushire Persia Persian Gulf Sciences and Medicine 1750–1799 81055/vdc_100024189854.0x00007d Text:  London,...


  4. The Forgotten War against Locusts that Helped Win the War

    81055/vdc_100023645725.0x000085 Two locusts sitting on a plant from a thirteenth-century bestiary. Or 2784, f. 61r Sciences...


  5. The Death of Queen Victoria: the Politics of Mourning for the British in the Gulf

    transmitted to its network of native agents on both the Arab and Persian littorals, including Khan Bahadur ‘Abd al-Latif, Britain’s Residency ...


  6. Twilight of Pearl Trade Sees ‘Slave’ Divers Seek Freedoms

    working on the pearling dhows. Most of these men, a mix of African, Asian, Indian and Arab descent, were... https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:%D8%B7%D9%88%D8%A7%D8%B4%D8%A94.jpg ...


  7. Sing, Play and Be Merry: The Unique Ṣawt Music of the Arabian Peninsula

    Arabic music. The ethnomusicologist Simon Jargy describes  ṣawt  as a ‘... a genuine musical tradition... Arabic music while the ...


  8. When Maritime Protection Is Not Enough: Britain’s Agreement to Protect Qatar’s Borders at Sea and on Land

    on the Arabic side of the Gulf. During this period, the British began to notice that informal payments were being made by the Arab shaikhs ...


  9. British Government Resist Modernisation of the Pearling Industry

    of the outcry that would ensue amongst the communities along the Arab coast, insisted that ‘the pearling banks are regarded as the common property ...


  10. Emir Faisal’s Diplomatic Mission and Britain’s Reluctance to Invest in Saudi Oil in 1932

    to an Arab Stud Farm in Surrey The four-month long trip took Emir Faisal to Naples, Rome, Turin, Geneva,... rally in Rome, the Fiat motor works ...


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