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

    must now cease”’. 81055/vdc_100023509761.0x000061 Letter from J. G. Laithwaite at the India Office... 81055/vdc_100023509761.0x000067 ...


  2. 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. ...


  3. 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 ...


  4. The Manuscript Journals of John Bax

    one of the three administrative subdivisions of British India. He served between 1812 and 1840, acting... Bax made a number of journeys, many ...


  5. ‘Persian Gulf Tragedy’: the Death and Legacy of John Gordon Lorimer

    of India newspaper, Lorimer, in examining his pistol, ‘had pulled the trigger and discharged a last... on the following day at cemetery of ...


  6. Crime or Punishment? The Cruel Death of a Sailor at Bushire in 1820

    their officers. ‘Many times a year’ the American missionaries on their way to India noted, ‘this mournful tragedy... should be ...


  7. 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 ...


  8. 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 ...


  9. Colonial Knowledge: Lorimer’s Gazetteer of the Persian Gulf, Oman and Central Arabia

    Of note is Appendix P, ‘Cruise of His Excellency Lord Curzon, Viceroy and Governor-General of India... and settlements. They were taken by ...


  10. 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 ...


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