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  1. The Brutal End of Persia’s Zand Dynasty

    nominating a successor. Karim Khan (referred to in the India Office Records as Carim Caun) had ruled Persia... the East India ...


  2. 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 ...


  3. Important Work: The British 1820 Survey that Charted the Gulf for the First Time

    of the coastal topography of the Gulf was carried out by the Bombay Marine’s officers and took place between 1820... shorelines for navigational, ...


  4. 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 ...


  5. Invisible Ink: Intercepting Post in Second World War

    the outbreak of war in Europe, the Government of India sanctioned the interception of post for examination... dexterity. Therefore, ‘censorship ...


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

    reports produced for the Government of India. The reports summarise important information and notable events year by year, concluding in 1947 ...


  7. A Thorn in England’s Side: The Piracy of Mīr Muhannā

    purely commercial concerns, that led the East India Company to first become entangled in the politics... came to power. Unimpressed with the ...


  8. The Singing Sailor, Salim Rashid Suri: A Ṣawt Musician from Oman

    the Middle East and India. Not even his brother threatening him with a gun could stop Salim Rashid Suri from... as the singing sailor took to ...


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

    The communication reached British offices in other parts of the Persian Gulf – Sharjah and Bandar Abbas were both... of Agricultural Research, ...


  10. 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 ...


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