The Struggle for Arab Independence: Western Diplomacy and the Rise and Fall of Faiṣal's Kingdom in Syria
A study of the policies of Great Britain & France in the Near East during & after the First World War, describing the British & French occupation of Syria & Lebanon, & the Emir Faisal's government in Syria from 1918 to 1920. "The work is now a classic study of the World War I relationship between the Allies, notably Britain & the Arabs who were beginning their break from the Ottoman Empire."-choice.
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Dialogues in Arab Politics: Negotiations in Regional Order
Michael N. Barnett
No preview available - 1998