3 edition of The Persian Gulf historical summaries, 1907-1953. found in the catalog.
The Persian Gulf historical summaries, 1907-1953.
Vol. 4 is a box of maps and genealogical tables.
|LC Classifications||DS326 .P474 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. :|
|ISBN 10||1852071052, 1852071060, 1852071079, 1852071087, 1852071095|
|LC Control Number||2004380946|
Shedding new light on our current understanding of the present-day Arab-Iranian conflict, this study, which pays particular attention to Bahrain and the Trucial states (United Arab Emirates), fills a significant gap in the literature on the history of Arab-Iranian relations in the Gulf and Iran's Persian Gulf policy during the Reza Shah period. Persian Gulf War Almanac [RBB My 1 95] does have lengthy topical essays, but it lacks the more than pages of documents found in this new encyclopedia. Review "Full of appendixes, nicely packaged, and easy to use, this valuable reference source is recommended for all libraries."Reviews: 1.
The Persian Gulf naming dispute is concerned with the name of the body of water known historically and internationally as the Persian Gulf (Persian: خلیج فارس ), after the land of Persia (the Western exonym for Iran).This name has become contested by some Arab countries since the s in connection with the emergence of pan-Arabism and Arab nationalism, resulting in the invention. ’This book should appeal to several kinds of audiences: regionalists interested in the Middle East and Persian Gulf States; international relations specialists who want to know more about this strategic area and would like some solid local history upon which to anchor their postwar analyses; and theorists of state development .
The U.S. must determine how best to promote long-term security and stability in the Persian Gulf region while seeking to reduce the risks and costs imposed by its role as a permanent regional power—particularly vis-à-vis Iraq's future, the role of Iran, asymmetric threats, regional tensions, and the roles of other external actors. The Tigris River, also called Hiddekel (Gen. 2: 14), flows from the Ararat Mountains southeastward into the Persian Gulf. 3. The Euphrates River, the largest river of the Old Testament World, finds its source in the Ararat Mountains, flows west to the Taurus Mountains, then southeastward and finally unites with the Tigris and empties into the.
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Historical summary of events in territories of the Ottoman Empire, Persia and Arabia affecting the British position in the Persian Gulf, Memorandum respecting British interests in the Persian Gulf, -- v. Historical summary of events in the Persian Gulf Shaikhdoms and the Sultanate of Muscat and Oman, -- v.
Persian Gulf Gazette and Supplements – Persian Gulf Historical Summaries –, The Persian Gulf Précis, The Political Diaries of the Arab World: Persian Gulf – Records of the Persian Gulf Pearl Fisheries – Slave Trade Into Arabia –, The Treaties and Engagements Relating to Arabia and the Persian Gulf.
Considering the historical background of the name Persian Gulf, Sir Arnold Wilson mentions in a book published in that "no water channel has been so significant as the Persian Gulf to the geologists, archaeologists, geographers, merchants, politicians, excursionists, and scholars whether in past or in present.
This water channel which separates the Iran Plateau from the Arabia Plate, has Location: Western Asia. Persian Gulf Historical Summaries –, The Persian Gulf Trade Reports –, The Political Diaries of the Arab World: Persian Gulf – Slave Trade Into Arabia –, The Survey of the Shores and Islands of the Persian Gulf – Treaties and Engagements Relating to Arabia and the Persian Gulf.
"This 1907-1953. book provides a fresh, strikingly original and informative reexamination of the history of the Persian Gulf. It encourages us to see the Gulf not as a collection of disparate states but as a unit, with a unique and common culture based on extensive trade, fluid Cited by: Some of the basic historic information can be found in the (now declassified) British Cabinet memoranda, Historical Summary of Events in Territories of the Ottoman Empire, Persia and Arabia Affecting the British Position in the Persian Gulf, – and Historical Summary of Events in the 1907-1953.
book Gulf Shaikhdoms and the Sultanate of Muscat & Oman, –, reprinted by the same publishers as The Persian Gulf Historical Summaries Exploring the history of the Persian Gulf from ancient times until the present day, leading authorities treat the internal history of the region and describe the role outsiders have played there.
The book focuses on the unity and identity of Gulf society and how the Gulf historically has been part of a cosmopolitan Indian Ocean world. Persian Gulf Administration Reports –; Persian Gulf and Red Sea Naval Reports –; The Persian Gulf Gazette and Supplements –; The Persian Gulf Historical Summaries –; The Persian Gulf Pilot –; The Persian Gulf Précis; The Persian Gulf Trade Reports – Naval Aviation Units involved in the Persian Gulf War (16 January February ) Carrier and Carrier Based Squadrons Saratoga (CV 60) with CVW (Tail Code AA), 7 Aug Mar The national ensign flies from the stern of a U.S.
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It contains the islands of Qeshm (Qishm), Hormuz, and Hengām (Henjām) and is of great strategic and economic importance, especially as oil.
Abstract. The close relationship between the Iranian and Arab populations in coastal areas of the Persian Gulf is not a recent development or a consequence of the economic boom due to oil production in the Arabit is the result of a long and partly conflict-laden history.
To illustrate the forms of exchange relations between these populations, it is necessary to explore the. Considering the historical background of the name Persian Gulf, Sir Arnold Wilson mentions in a book published in that: No water channel has been so significant as Persian Gulf to the geologists, archaeologists, geographers, merchants, politicians, excursionists, and scholars whether in past or in present.
The Persian Gulf historical summaries ; The Persian Gulf administration reports, ; Persian Gulf historical summaries, ; Persian Gulf trade reports, ; Political diaries of the Arab world. Political diaries of the Persian Gulf; Relations between Saudi Arabia and the Yemen; Records of Bahrain: primary documents.
Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Persian Gulf Politics provides a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of Persian Gulf politics, history, economics, and society. The volume begins its examination of Ottoman rule in the Arabian Peninsula, exploring other dimensions of the region’s history up until and after independence in the s and s.
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Piracy in the Persian Gulf describes the naval warfare that was prevalent until the 19th century and occurred between seafaring Arabs in Eastern Arabia and the British Empire in the Persian was perceived as one of the primary threats to global maritime trade routes, particularly those with significance to British India and Iraq.
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This book is an edited volume surveying the history of the Persian Gulf from ancient times until the present day. Chapters by leading authorities summarize the internal history of the region and highlight the role outsiders, including the Portuguese, Dutch, Ottomans, British and Americans, have played there/5(8).The Persian Gulf historical summaries ; The Persian Gulf administration reports, ; Persian Gulf historical summaries, ; Persian Gulf trade reports, ; Records of Bahrain: primary documents; Survey of the shores and islands of the Persian Gulf, ; Babylonian Collection.
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