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Title Further correspondence respecting Iraq: part 12
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1 Jan1958 - 31 Dec 1958
Document Type Correspondence, Report
Library The National Archives
Reference FO 481/12
Region Middle East, Europe, North America
Names Abdul Illah, Chamoun, Camille, Fuad I of Egypt, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Ibn Saud (Abdul Aziz Al Saud),Lloyd, (John) Selwyn, Lord Selwyn-Lloyd, Mubarak bin Sabah Al-Sabah, Rashid Ali al-Gaylani, Saud bin Abdul Aziz, Yahya Muhammad Hamidaddin (Imam Yahya)
Places Aden, Afghanistan, Aleppo, Alexandria, Amman, Ankara, Baghdad, Bahrain, Basra, Beirut, Bosnia, Cairo, Damascus, Delhi, Egypt, Euphrates River, France, Germany, Greece, Habbaniya, Hejaz, India, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Istanbul, Italy, Jeddah, Jerusalem, Jordan, Khartoum, Kirkuk, Kurdistan, Kuwait, Lebanon, London, Mediterranean Sea, Mosul, Ottoman Empire, Pakistan, Palestine, Paris, Persian Gulf, Port Said, Russia, Sana'a, Saudi Arabia, Smyrna (Izmir), Soviet Union, Sudan, Suez Canal, Syria, Tehran, Tigris River, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Washington, DC, Yemen, Washington, DC
Topics air force, Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, Arabs, Arab Legion, arms trade, army, assassination, Ba'ath Party,banking, British Government, British nationals, business, Christianity, civil war, Committee of Union and Progress ('Young Turks'), communications, communism, concession, coup d'état, customs, democracy,diplomatic representation, education, elections, electricity, evacuation, execution, exile, foreign policy,international border, investment, Iraq Petroleum Company, Islam, Judaism, judicial system, Kurds,loans, League of Nations, Mahdi Revolt, Majlis (parliament of Iran), mandate, military, nationalism, NATO,oil, Orthodox Church, parliament, pipeline, political residency, propaganda, protectorate, railway, revolt,revolution, riots, Royal Air Force, Shia Muslim, Sunni Muslim, telegraph lines, trade, treaty, United Nations, war, women
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