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Vi, 93 p. 19 cm. Imperial outpost--Aden, its place in British strategic policy Item PreviewPages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: King, Gillian.
Imperial outpost-Aden. Imperial outpost-Aden book London ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Books Old friends, new enemies the Royal Navy and the Imperial Japanese Navy strategic illusions, The press will boycott it, the B.B.C.
won't mention it, and yet thousands acclaim it because it is the only. Imperial Outpost-Aden is a fairly blatant attempt to influence the answers that may be given to some of the current questions being asked about Aden and its base.
Its author is a former assistant at Chatham House, and the book itself is one of the series of Chatham IHouse Essays, designed to provide background information on con. Imperial outpost--Aden / Gillian King China and the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen: a report / translated, edited, and introduced by H Kings of Arabia: the rise and set of the Turkish sovranty [sic.]: by Harold F.
Jacob. Correspondence with Chatham House and the Foreign Office concerning inaccuracies in a Chatham House Essay, Imperial Outpost - Aden by Gillian King. JOHNSTON 2/34 Jul 20 - Sep For more on Britain’s forward policy in southwest Arabia and attempts to foster a federal union among the rulers of the Aden protectorates, see Spencer Mawby, “Britain’s Last Imperial Frontier: The Aden Protectorates, –59,” Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth Hist no.
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The Colony of Aden (Arabic: مستعمرة عدن Musta‘marat ‘Adan) was a British Crown colony from to located in the south of contemporary consisted of the port of Aden and its immediate surroundings (an area of km 2 (74 sq mi)).
Prior toAden had been governed as part of British India (originally as the Aden Settlement subordinate to the Bombay Common languages: English, Arabic stamp. List of books stored in the ISBN of which begins with the publisher-specific prefix Oxford University Press.
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Imperial Outpost-Aden: Its Place in British Strategic Policy, by Gillian King (). Chatham House Essays No. What Kind book is in itself, and fully worthy of publication by Chatham House, the Aden as an imperial outpost in British strategic policy has now become largely a myth.
Seeking an answer to the question whether it is 'in the. Anyone tuning into The Last Post can’t fail to notice the sweeping desert and lush shoreline of the former British colony of Aden. One of the last outposts of the British Empire, the patch of Author: Susanna Lazarus. Imperial Outpost-Aden - Its Place In British Strategic Policy.
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Journal of Indian Ocean Studies, Volume, No.2, Augustpp. For excellent background material on the border conflicts of Yemen and South Yemen, see King, Gillian, Imperial Outpost — Aden: Its Place in British Strategic Policy (London, ), pp. 79 – In November,Yemen's first National Assembly held its first meeting and reserved 12 of 57 seats for South Yemen, despite South Yemen's Cited by: 6.The New Zealanders of Anzac.
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On August 12 the offer was accepted, So it was a relief to reach that rocky outpost, Aden, and to learn that just on the horizon hostile Arabs and Turks were bent.