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  1. ‘Letters from Persia received July 29.1856’

    This bundle consists of summaries, and partial transcripts, of secret letters received from HM Consul at Tehran, Richard W Stevens (7, 16, 20 and 22 June ...

    8 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F231/28, ff 46-49  Date(s): 29 Jul 1856
  2. Thesiger’s Clothes: Empire and Exploration in the Arabian Peninsula

    of the Arabian Peninsula and the British Empire was made clear in often unpublished journals and accounts held... relationship between individual ...


  3. Foundation of an Empire: The East India Company’s Early Trade in Silk and Wool

    From Trade to Empire The early letters of the Bushire Residency give a clear indication as to why... on the Persian frontiers of Britain’s ...


  4. The British Empire in the Gulf during the Second World War

    Dr Mark Hobbs An overview of Bahrain Political Agency files dealing with the impact of the Second World War on the Gulf region. In the Bahrain Political ...


  5. Country Profile: Kuwait

    when – in response to the growing power of the British Empire in the Gulf – the Ottoman Empire began... dependency of the ...


  6. 'Memorandum respecting the Aden Frontier Delimitation'

    The file consists of a memorandum giving an account of the Aden frontier delimitation, and treaty relations with the Aden tribes from 1873. Compiled by ...

    22 images in record  Ref: IOR/L/PS/18/B156  Date(s): Mar 1906
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  7. Country Profile: Iraq

    centuries. The modern Iraqi state was created in the aftermath of World War I after the Ottoman Empire... of the Ottoman Empire’s ...


  8. ‘Letters from Mr Murray received Aug:4.1856’

    This bundle consists of summaries, and partial transcripts, of secret letters received from HM Minister to Persia, Charles Augustus Murray, residing at ...

    8 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F231/28, ff 56-59  Date(s): 4 Aug 1856
  9. Country Profile: Qatar

    In the years that followed, Qatar wavered between an acceptance of British and Turkish-Ottoman rule; a Turkish garrison was maintained in Doha ...


  10. The Shaikh who lost his Shaikhdom, Khaz’al al-Ka‘bī of Mohammerah

    Empire, but for much of the 19th and early 20th centuries it was ruled as a semi-independent Shaikhdom... of Britain’s presence in the region. ...


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