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  1. Bahrain’s Economy: Buffeted between Pearls and Oil

    economy between the World Wars? By the 1920s, the ancient trade in pearls, though still the foundation... decades? Trade Deficit Some ...


  2. The Coming of the Wireless Telegraph to Bahrain

    and official communications. Commerce and Trade: The Telegraph as an ‘Inestimable Boon’ In view of Britain’s... of communication was vital ...


  3. Legal Business: The Judicial Aspects of British Rule in the Gulf

    and shipping trade. Britain also took close note of the movements of Russian and French Government agents... Police Officers’ Regulations. ...


  4. 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... efforts to impose its Pax Britannica upon ...


  5. German Interests in the Gulf’s Pearling Industry

    and the Arabian Peninsula, via the steamships that plied their trade from Hamburg and along the railway line being... into tatters after four ...


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

    for the establishment of factories in the Gulf to facilitate trade with Persia. In the eighteenth century occasional proposals to establish representation ...


  7. The Singing Sailor, Salim Rashid Suri: A Ṣawt Musician from Oman

    and long history of trade across the Gulf and Indian Ocean, which in turn had an impact on the musical... Sur, was one of the most important ...


  8. The Singing Sailor, Salim Rashid Suri: A Ṣawt Musician from Oman

    and long history of trade across the Gulf and Indian Ocean, which in turn had an impact on the musical... Sur, was one of the most important ...


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

    ‘should be a person of standing in his profession or trade and likely to exert in his own sphere...


  10. Water, not Oil, the Most Valuable Resource in the Gulf

    Europeans to cross the Arabian Peninsula’s ‘Empty Quarter’, recounted how the trade routes across the desert...


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