Britain in Iraq: Contriving King and Country
Peter Sluglett presents a comprehensive history of British policy towards Iraq from the beginnings of the Mesopotamia campaign in 1914 through the creation of Iraq in 1920 and the period of the mandate until Iraqi independence in 1932.
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From the Outbreak of War to the Cairo Conference 19141921
From the Cairo Conference to the Ratification of
The Years of Frustration 19261929
Prelude to Independence 19291932
Tenurial Revenue and Tribal Policy
The Mandate and its Legacy
Abd al-Muhsin Abstract of Police accept Acting High Commissioner Administrative Inspector Adviser agreement al-Sa'dun al-Suwaydi Amara Anglo-Iraqi Treaty April Arab Arbil Assyrians August Baghdad to Secretary Basra BHCF Britain British authorities British government British officials cabinet Colonial Office Commission concession conscription December defence Delhi Despatch Dobbs Edmonds Education Events in Kurdistan Faysal File force Foreign Office Gertrude Bell H. M. Government High Commissioner Humphrys India Office interests Iraq Iraq's Iraqi army Iraqi government Ja'far January July June Karbala King Faysal Kirkuk Kurdish areas Kurds land landlords liwa London mandate March Mesopotamia military Ministry of Interior Mosul Mosul wilaya muqata'a mutasarrif Najaf nationalist negotiations November Nuri October Ottoman Police Intelligence political position Prime Minister realised revenue Sa'dun seems September Shaykh Mahmud Shi'i Shuckburgh sirkals Sulaymaniya Sunni Telegram treaty tribal leaders tribes Turkey Turkish ulama wilaya Wilson Yasin Yasin al-Hashimi