Britain and Saudi Arabia, 1925-1939: The Imperial Oasis


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Publisher: Frank Cass

Year: 1983

Edition: First

Format: Hardback

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Account of the relationship of the British with the independent state dururing the inter-wear years. Contents: Historical background British policy during the Hejaz-Nejd war: the Aqaba-Maan affair, 1925 The Anglo-Saudi treaty 1927: the treaty of Jedda The channels of Anglo-Saudi relations The Nejd-Mandate frontiers: the Ikhwan rebellion South-west Arabia: Anglo-Italian rivalry in the Red Sea, and Saudi-Yemeni confrontation 1925-1934 Ibn Saud and the League of Nations British foreign policy and Arabian Oil South-East Arabia: the Anglo-Saudi frontier dispute The Arab world 1936-1939: Pan-Arabism and Palestine The approach of World War Two: the impact of Italy and Germany on Anglo-Saudi relations Britain and Saudi Arabia 1925-1939: the imperial oasis Epilogue: British policy towards Saudi Arabia from 1939.Top edge lightly spotted otherwise VG in VG dustjacket which has a lightly faded spine and is protected by non removable patterned adhesive cover (see scans)

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