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  1. 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... ...


  2. Skull Measuring, Oil Seepages and Desert Crossings: Bertram Thomas and the Exploration of the Arabian Peninsula

    (See Porter 1982: 28-32). This range of duties is not reflected in the correspondence of India Office The department of the British ...


  3. Guns ‘n’ Seals: An Unusual Seal indicates Cultural Influences in Dubai in 1910

    of authentication at the time and there are many examples scattered throughout the India Office records. Most seals...


  4. Pearl Diving: Inside the Trade That Shaped the Gulf

    Martin Woodward What was the life of a diver like and how did the trade function? Papers in the India Office Records provide some fascinating ...


  5. Mapping Aden: The British Occupation of A Vital Trading Port

    reconstruction and fortification, thereby facilitating trade and other shipping to and from India and beyond.... once again become a great commercial ...


  6. 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 ...


  7. Economy in Turmoil: Gulf Trade Hit by Piracy and Famine

    nearly two decades of considerable growth. But by the time he left for India in 1872, only ten years... 81055/vdc_100022698109.0x000042 A list ...


  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. 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 ...


  10. ‘Calls himself an Englishman’: The shifting loyalties of Harry Philby

    Ibn Saud and even provided him with confidential information to assist his cause. An India Office The department of the British Government ...


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