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  1. Country Profile: United Arab Emirates

    expeditions in 1809 and 1819, Britain began offering treaties with local tribes whereby, in exchange... for a maritime truce. Nevertheless, each ...


  2. The British in the Gulf: an Overview

    al-Khymah, c. 1820s. © The British Library Board The General Treaty of 1820 After their crushing victory over the Qawasim the British imposed ...


  3. The Emergence of Qatar: Pelly’s Role in Britain’s 1868 Recognition of the State

    to the maritime peace treaty. Mss Eur F126/40, f. 33v Competing Claims over the Territory Prior to this, Qatar’s tribes had been considered ...


  4. Country Profile: Saudi Arabia

    of the twentieth century, with treaties signed in 1915 and 1927. Military and administrative responsibilities... Saud signs the Treaty ...


  5. Country Profile: Qatar

    signed a formal treaty with Qatar, establishing the emirate as a British protectorate. However, Britain... (Wikipedia) Qatar Profile (BBC News, ...


  6. Country Profile: Oman

    The 1920 Treaty of Sib marked the de facto division of the interior, under the rule of the Imam, from... (IOR/L/PS/3/84) 1895: Pledge to protect ...


  7. Britain’s Ineffectual Efforts to Suppress the Slave Trade

    Inadequate Treaties It was clear to naval officers in the Indian Navy’s Persian Gulf Historically used... suppression treaties between ...


  8. Manumission, Not Abolition: British Mediations over Slavery in the Gulf

    The British Government signed slave trade prohibition treaties with the Sultans of Zanzibar and Muscat,... where treaties had been signed ...


  9. A Portrait of Sir Lewis Pelly

    treaties from 1862 to 1873. Sir Lewis Pelly was a key figure in the history of the Gulf owing to his role,... of a Political Residency., in enforcing ...


  10. The Death of Captain Shakespear

    Museum. Public Domain A Treaty of Alliance with Ibn Sa‘ud On 12 December 1914, Shakespear left Kuwait on a mission to offer Ibn Sa‘ūd a ...


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