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  1. Performing Authority: the ‘Islamic’ Seals of British Colonial Officers

    are given here from the British Library’s India Office Records. Political Residents’ Seals Britain... Europeans employed in the ...


  2. The Response of the Government of India to ‘The Dubai Incident’

    in 1910 the Government of India censured those responsible for a bloody bombardment of Dubai and its... However, the Government of India ...


  3. Britain’s ‘interest’ in Bahrain

    Office to the India Office stated that on ‘political grounds it is of great importance to avoid any... actions. 81055/vdc_100023510613.0x000008 ...


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

    the British Embassy in Rome, 23 April 1932. IOR/R/15/1/602, f. 11 Confidential papers from the India Office... held at the Foreign Office ...


  6. Napoleon’s Agent: Monitoring the Movements of Monsieur Romieu in the East

    in Constantinople, Syria and Persia ensured that they kept one step ahead of a mysterious French officer. On 27... the Honourable East India ...


  7. Diplomacy, Disease and Death: A Story of Georgian Slaves in the Gulf

    Dr Mark Hobbs The interception by an East India Company vessel in June 1853, of a Bahrain trading... 1853, Lieutenant James Tronson was on patrol ...


  8. Telegraphy: The Gulf’s Most Admired Means of Communication in the 1860s

    Karen Stapley How do you reduce communication times between the Gulf and India, from months,... communication was essential to the Government ...


  9. Oil for Military Protection between the Wars: Qatar’s Request for Weapons and the British Response

    enclosure from the Secretary of State for India, 6 May 1937. IOR/R/15/2/418, f. 70 The Shaikh’s Request... in Bushire, Lt-Col Trenchard Craven ...


  10. Gwadar: the Sultan’s Possession

    proposals between 1895 and 1904 both by the Khan and the Government of India to purchase Gwadar from... then suggested ceding Gwadar to the Government ...


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