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  1. The Manuscript Journals of John Bax

    with accounts of travels in India and the Gulf in 1815-22, as well as journeys from India to England and back... viewed the activities of the ...


  2. 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 ...


  3. 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. ...


  4. The Shaikh who lost his Shaikhdom, Khaz’al al-Ka‘bī of Mohammerah

    War Office map of Persia and Afghanistan that shows Mohammerah. IOR/L/PS/10/332, f. 77 Mohammerah, now... (1897-1925), he was one of the most ...


  5. Finding Aid: Political Residency, Bushire IOR/R/15/1: 1763-1948

    in the Persian Gulf Historically used by the British to refer to the sea area between the Arabian Peninsula and Iran. Often referred to as The ...


  6. 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 ...


  7. The India Office Records

    BL image 079201, Map of the British Empire. From: The Graphic, supplement, 24 July 1886 Wide... Agency (IOR/R/15/2) records, and a selection ...


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

    Matt Griffin Content Specialist, Gulf History, British Library How the anti-British sentiments... with Britain and other Western powers. Map ...


  9. The British Library: How Many Institutions Became One

    collection of Arabic manuscripts and material related to the Gulf, is held in the British Library collection.... documents, paintings, photographs, ...


  10. ‘Imperial Boredom’ and Imperial Reading

    at Kuwait, circumnavigated Warbah, an island in the Gulf near the mouth of the Euphrates. However, some... was quoted as saying: ‘It’s all ...


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