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Author Kedourie, Elie.

Title In the Anglo-Arab Labyrinth : The McMahon-Husayn correspondence and its interpretations 1914-1939
Published Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1976

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Description xii, 330 pages ; 23 cm
Series Cambridge studies in the history and theory of politics
Cambridge studies in the history and theory of politics.
Contents Machine derived contents note: Preface; Part I. The Quicksand: 1. Cairo, London and the Sharif of Mecca; 2. Kitchener, Grey and the Arab question; 3. Mysteries of the McMahon-Husayn correspondence; Part II. The Fly in the Fly-Bottle: 4. Husayn interprets McMahon's promises, 1916-17; 5. Sykes, Picot and Husayn; 6. Wingate, Hogarth and Husayn; 7. Varieties of official historiography I: the Arab Bureau, Nicolson, Toynbee; 8. The correspondence in the Peace Settlement: Faysal and Young; 9. Varieties of official historiography II: the Colonial Office, McMahon, Childs; 10. The Foreign Office wrestles with the correspondence: Baggallay's hour; Epilogue: Knowledge, power and guilt; Works cited; Index
Analysis Arab countries Foreign relations with Great Britain history Historical sources Correspondence between Husein ibn ʻAlī King of the Hijāz & McMahon Sir Henry
Great Britain Foreign relations with Arab countries Historical sources Correspondence between Husein ibn ʼAlī King of the Hijāz & McMahon Sir Henry
Notes Bibliography: p.321-323. _ Includes index
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 321-323
Subject Ḥusayn ibn ʻAlī, King of Hejaz, 1853?-1931.
McMahon, A. H.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Middle East.
Middle East -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.
LC no. 73003975
ISBN 0521208262