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Author: Raghid El-Sohl,Raghid El-Solh
Publisher: Ithaca Press; 1st edition (December 2000)
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The Sultanate of Oman 1918-1939: Part II. ISBN. 0863722628 (ISBN13: 9780863722622).

Seen through the eyes of British officialdom, the material, presented chronologically in specific subject areas, illustrates primarily the competition for control of the Arab provinces of the defunct Ottoman Empire, particularly in the northern part of the Arab peninsula. The Sultanate of Oman 1918-1939: Part II.

Choose file format of this book to download . Inlcudes bibliogrpahical references (p. xxi-xxii) and index.

Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. National Bibliography Number: GB99-V7949. Personal Name: S?ulh?, Raghi?d.

Raghid Kazem El-Solh earned a . . in political science from the American University of Beirut (1964), a . c. in political science from the School of Oriental & African Studies at the University of London (1978) and a PhD in politics and international relations from St. Antony's College, Faculty of Social Science, at the University of Oxford (1986) .

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Published December 2000 by Ithaca Press.

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The Sultanate of Oman, 1918-1939. At the time of the First World War, Anglo-Arab relations were in their early stages; indeed the Public Record Office index of Foreign Office documents relating to this period lists the names of only three Arab states - Egypt, Muscat and Oman - with the rest of the Arab countries being included either as part of Turkey or in conjunction with other world powers.

This article is part of a series on the politics and government of Lebanon.

Rachid Solh رشيد الصلح. 24th Prime Minister of Lebanon. In office 31 October 1974 – 15 May 1975. Preceded by. Takieddine Solh. Succeeded by. Nureddine Rifai. This article is part of a series on the politics and government of Lebanon. Constitution of 1926.

The sixth Imam of Oman of the Yaruba dynasty was Saif bin Sultan II, who came to power during a period of civil war and lost popularity due to his . ulḥ, Raghīd (2000-01-01). The Sultanate of Oman, 1918–1939: Domestic affairs. Garnet & Ithaca Press. ISBN 978-0-86372-262-2.

The sixth Imam of Oman of the Yaruba dynasty was Saif bin Sultan II, who came to power during a period of civil war and lost popularity due to his indulgent lifestyle. Saif called for military help from Persia, and in 1737 Persian troops arrived led by Nader Shah. They began to conquer the country. The Persians left in 1738 but returned from 1742 to 1744. By 1742 the Persians were in control of much of the country.

At the time of the First World War, Anglo-Arab relations were in their early stages; indeed the Public Record Office index of Foreign Office documents relating to this period lists the names of only three Arab states - Egypt, Muscat and Oman - with the rest of the Arab countries being included either as part of Turkey or in conjunction with other world powers. This underlines the significance of Muscat and Oman at the time, and hence the intense political activity and struggle between Britain, France and a number of Arab players over the Sultanate of Oman. In this book Raghid El-Solh presents key official documents and archive materials drawn from sources available at the India Office Library and Public Records Index which illustrate the manoeuvring that was taking place. Seen through the eyes of British officialdom, the material, presented chronologically in specific subject areas, illustrates primarily the competition for control of the Arab provinces of the defunct Ottoman Empire, particularly in the northern part of the Arab peninsula. Dr El-Solh also focuses on documents relating to domestic affairs, specifically the rebellion against Great Britain and the Sultan instigated by Abdullah bin Hamaid as-Salimi, the leading Ibadi shaikh and historian. He aimed to force the authorities in Muscat to adhere more strictly to Sharia laws and the rule of Ibadism. Finally, to complete the picture of the Sultanate of Oman during the First World War, the editor includes material relating to the financial situation of the Sultanate, the education of the Sultan's son and the formation of the levy corps.