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

    Valentina Mirabella Although British power in the Gulf was founded on maritime truces with local... Before the discovery of oil in the Gulf, ...


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

    Karen Stapley Lewis Pelly, Political Resident in the Persian Gulf 1862–72, witnessed rapid... When Lewis Pelly arrived in Bushire as Britain’s ...


  3. Divers are a Pearl’s Best Friend: Pearl Diving in the Gulf 1840s–1930s

    on borrowed capital. 81055/vdc_100023403859.0x000005 Extract of blueprint map of the Arab coast of the Gulf... Dr Mark Hobbs Before ...


  4. Country Profile: United Arab Emirates

    known as sahil oman (coast of Oman) the area on the southern shores of the Gulf, which today comprises... In 1968, Britain announced its intention ...


  5. The Political Residency, Bushire

    Office took an increasing interest in the politics of the Gulf. 81055/vdc_100023277818.0x000001 Map... as a factory, in the Gulf ...


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

    Magdalena Peszko Until the 19th century, European powers considered much of the Gulf coastline... in the region. Until the nineteenth century, ...


  7. The Second World War Comes to Bahrain

    to Africa, the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific. Although the Gulf was far from these ‘theatres of war’, its... of the strategic importance ...


  8. The Coming of the Wireless Telegraph to Bahrain

    position as the dominant colonial power in the Gulf at this period, it is no surprise that the British... the same facilities enjoyed by other ...


  9. Gwadar: the Sultan’s Possession

    the Omanis, but no decision was reached. 81055/vdc_100023211324.0x000049 Map showing area at Gwadar in which... for military help against rebels. ...


  10. The Accidental Explorer: George Sadleir and Britain’s Entry into Central Arabia

    to look beyond the Gulf littoral and into Central Arabia. Early British explorers of Arabia made... to Yanbu in the west, out of a sense of duty ...


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