Britain, France and the Arab Middle East 1914-1920  

Author Nevakivi, Jukka

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Place of Publication London
Publication Name The Athlone Press, University of London
Year 1969
Language(s) English
RARE comprehensive monograph on the events preceding the emergence of the Arab question at the Peace Conference of 1918-19, of the long and perplexing negotiations that occupied the Conference itself, and of the factors leading to the partition of the Arab provinces of Turkey at San Remo in 1920. Jukka Taneli Nevakivi, (b.1931) is a Finnish historian (Ph.D.1963) and journalist, who in 1963-1979 served within the Finnish foreign département in Budapest, Cairo and Paris, and in 1980-95 was professor of political history at Helsinki University. 225x145mm. XIV+284 pages. Dark blue Hardcover with dust-jacket. Jacket corners tattered, edges slightly worn. Rear cover upper corner and spine edges slightly bumped. Previous owner`s small stamp on front whitepage upper corner and title page bottom edge. Pages slightly yellowing. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare authoritative account of a crucial episode in international relations is otherwise in very good condition.
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Catalog Index Number AR 624 014

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