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  1. The Political Agency, Bahrain: Inside the Organisation that Ran Britain's Interests in Bahrain

    in the Persian Gulf and set the tone for increased economic and political involvement in the 20th century. Reporting to Britain’s senior official ...


  2. Oil for Military Protection between the Wars: Qatar’s Request for Weapons and the British Response

    to the Political Resident in the Persian Gulf, 9 May 1935. IOR/R/15/2/417, f. 7 The Political Resident... Gulf, to the Secretary of ...


  3. The Dubai Incident, 1910: A Gun Battle that Damaged British relations with the Trucial Coast

    on the Trucial Coast. Growing tensions between the British Political Resident in the Persian Gulf, Lieutenant-Colonel Percy Z. Cox, and the Sheikh ...


  4. Modernity meets Tradition: Reflections on Traditional Music in Qatar

    the Persian Gulf in the British Library’s collections. I wanted to discover the traditional music culture... for many a variety of musical ...


  5. Kuwait’s Majlis Movement: National and Regional Developments Brought into Focus

    and that of political reform in the Gulf as a whole, the majlis movement, and Britain’s response to it, also brings... through a slump in Gulf ...


  6. A Quest for Knowledge: The Basra Date Palm, the Botanical Garden in Bengal

    John Hayhurst A 1787 letter requesting plants from the Persian Gulf for a newly established... believed to grow in the Gulf region, ...


  7. A Considerable Fortune: The Wealth, and Death, of Sheikh Jāsim bin Muḥammad Āl Thānī

    Letter from the Political Agent at Bahrain to the Political Resident in the Persian Gulf at Bushire... treatment once popular in the Gulf. ...


  8. The Cradle of Arabic Sawt Music: The Early Musician Generations in Kuwait

    inexorably to his or her past.” Most sources agree that the urban Gulf ṣawt musical genre as it exists today... Arabic lute was not yet played ...


  9. Bahrain’s Chief of Police Visits the UK, 1948

    in the Gulf, informing him that the Council had received funding in order to arrange a six-week tour of the UK for a visitor from ‘Bahrain, ...


  10. Between Freedom and Slavery: The Employment of Runaway Slaves in the Indian Navy

    Resident in the Gulf, Captain Arnold Kemball, wrote to the Government of Bombay, reporting that a coal... letter no. 103 of 1854 from Captain ...


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