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  1. ‘The life stream of an office’: Instructions for dealing with correspondence at the British Residency in Bushire

    help explain many recurring features of the India Office The department of the British Government... part of, or under the influence ...


  2. The Menial Establishment in Britain’s Political Agency, Bahrain

    but the letters in the India Office Establishment Files also reveal the working conditions of the lower-paid ranks... Agency in the ...


  3. Thesiger’s Clothes: Empire and Exploration in the Arabian Peninsula

    in the India Office Records. At the end of April 1948, the Political Agency at Bahrain received a kit bag... and empire-building and ...


  4. German Interests in the Gulf’s Pearling Industry

    German attention. The German businessman Robert Wönckhaus opened offices in a number of ports... which had become increasingly popular in Europe. ...


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

    World War on the Gulf region. In the Bahrain Political Agency Records of the India Office Records,... The appointment at Bahrain of ...


  6. The British in the Gulf: an Overview

    its colonial holdings in India. The East India Company The key actor in both of these developments was the East India Company ...


  7. Charles Belgrave – The Adviser

    81055/vdc_100023514270.0x000045 Extract of letter from Charles Geoffrey Prior to O. K. Caroe at the India Office in London, 25 May... ...


  8. Bahrain’s Economy: Buffeted between Pearls and Oil

    Political Agency in Bahrain during the period 1925–49. These are contained in the India Office Records... into newly-independent India ...


  9. Telegraphs and Typewriters: The Impact of Technology on Bookkeeping at Bushire

    manufacturer E. Remington and Sons in 1873. Early typewriters started to appear in the offices of British... Government officials in India ...


  10. The 1930s: the Gulf as ‘Highway between East and West’

    for the Government of India by the Political Resident in the Persian Gulf and other senior British officials.... to India, which was ...


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