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  1. Telegraphy: The Gulf’s Most Admired Means of Communication in the 1860s

    interests of the British Government in the Gulf and its desire to expand trade throughout the region....


  2. 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...


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

    in Kuwait. Economic hardship was certainly significant. The trade embargo Ibn Saud had imposed on Kuwait had...


  4. Colonial Knowledge: Lorimer’s Gazetteer of the Persian Gulf, Oman and Central Arabia

    covering various subjects, ranging from pearl fisheries to the slave trade. It also contains information...


  5. Qatari History: Pivotal Moments Revealed in India Office Records

    trading and pearl fishing ports on the Gulf. Very little remains of Zubarah now, having been long since...


  6. Journey through Afghanistan, 1860

    information on local rulers, as well as notes on local trades and agriculture. He was particularly concerned...


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

    and recorded the geology, the centres of trade, as well as the tribal and religious affiliations...


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

    Rolf Killius Though nowadays Qatar is well-known for its immense natural oil and gas reserves and the rapid modernisation of society, it has a rich heritage ...


  9. The Brutal End of Persia’s Zand Dynasty

    in the silks and woollens trade. Unfortunately, Beaumont was to be disappointed as Zaki Khan’s brutal killing...


  10. Crime or Punishment? The Cruel Death of a Sailor at Bushire in 1820

    is acted over in one or more of the country ships’. Conditions of Employment Resistance to oppression Trade...


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