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The Arabian Frontier of the British Raj. Merchants, Rulers and British in the Nineteenth-Century Gulf

The Arabian Frontier of the British Raj analyses the infrastructure of British informal empire in the Persian Gulf in the context of the different types of rule exercised by the Government of India in Asia and East Africa in the 19th century. Ambitious in scope and geographical breadth, this book is also very detailed andContinue reading “The Arabian Frontier of the British Raj. Merchants, Rulers and British in the Nineteenth-Century Gulf”