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Title Report on Middle East Conference held in Cairo and Jerusalem.' Conference concerning the British Government's involvement with Mesopotamia, Palestine, Aden and Somaliland and its Middle Eastern policy. Winston Churchill and T E Lawrence were among those present
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1921
Document Type Report
Library The National Archives
Reference CO 935/1/1
Region Middle East, Europe
Names Allenby, Edmund, 1st Viscount Allenby, Amery, Leo, Baldwin, Stanley, 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley,Balfour, Arthur, 1st Earl of Balfour, Baring, Sir Evelyn, 1st Earl of Cromer, Bell, Gertrude, Chamberlain, Neville, Chamberlain, Sir (Joseph) Austen, Churchill, Sir Winston, Clayton, Sir Gilbert, Cox, Sir Percy,Curzon of Kedleston, 1st Marquess (George Curzon), Devonshire, 9th Duke of (Victor Cavendish),Dobbs, Sir Henry, Fuad I of Egypt, Hoare, Sir Samuel, Bt, 1st Viscount Templewood, Ibn Saud (Abdul Aziz Al Saud), Law, Andrew Bonar, Lawrence, T. E. (Thomas Edward), Ormsby-Gore, William, 4th Baron Harlech, Plumer, Herbert, 1st Viscount Plumer, Reading, 1st Marquess of (Rufus Isaacs), Reilly, Sir Bernard, Samuel, Sir Herbert, 1st Viscount Samuel, Wilson, Sir Arnold, Yahya Muhammad Hamidaddin (Imam Yahya)
Places Aden, Afghanistan, Aleppo, Alexandretta (?skenderun), Alexandria, Amman, Anatolia, Ankara, Armenia, Austria, Baghdad, Bahrain, Basra, Beirut, Bethlehem, Black Sea, Bulgaria, Bushire (Bushehr), Cairo, Damascus, Dead Sea, Delhi, Dubai, Egypt, Euphrates River, France, Gaza, Germany, Greece, Hejaz,India, Ionian Islands, Iran, Iraq, Ismailia, Israel, Istanbul, Italy, Jaffa, Jeddah, Jerusalem, Jordan, Kirkuk,Kurdistan, Kuwait, Lebanon, London, Malta, Mecca, Mediterranean Sea, Mosul, Nablus, Ottoman Empire, Palestine, Paris, Persian Gulf, Port Said, Red Sea, Russia, Sana'a, Sea of Galilee (Lake Tiberias), Sudan, Suez Canal, Syria, Tehran, Tigris River, Trucial States, Turkey, Tyre, United Kingdom, United States, Yemen
Topics air force, Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, Arabs, Arab Legion, arms trade, army, assassination, Baghdad Railway, banking, bonds, boundary dispute, British Empire, British Government, British nationals,business, capitulations, Catholicism, Christianity, church, communications, concession, conquest,currency, customs, diplomacy, diplomatic representation, disease, Druze, Dual Control (Franco-British control of Egyptian government), education, elections, electricity, evacuation, execution, exile, expulsions,famine, foreign policy, imam, international border, investment, Islam, Judaism, judicial system, Kurds,loans, League of Nations, Mahdi Revolt, mandate, migration, military, Military Frontier (Austria-Hungary),mining, National Iranian Oil Company, navy, oil, Orthodox Church, Ottoman Public Debt Administration,parliament, pipeline, plague, political residency, propaganda, protectorate, railway, refugees, revolt,revolution, roads, Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, San Remo Conference (1920), siege, slavery, slave trade,Sunni Muslim, tariffs, telegraph lines, trade, treaty, Treaty of Lausanne (1923), Treaty of San Stefano (1878), Treaty of Sèvres (1920), Treaty of Versailles (1919), war, women, Zionism
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