Authors: Silverfarb, Daniel.
Authors: Silverfarb, Daniel. In particular, it shows how Britain reasserted its dominant position in Iraq during the war and attempted to maintain this position after the conflict when, under the pressure of nationalist sentiment in Iraq and manpower and financial constraints at home, and in accordance with its treaty obligations, it had withdrawn all of its ground troops.
This book is a continuation of Daniel Silverfarb's earlier study of Anglo-Iraqi relations covering the years 1929-41. Silverfarb's work focuses on the important issues that affected bilateral Anglo-Iraqi relations from 1941-50, a time when Britain excised a certain amount of influence over Iraq.
SILVERFARB, DANIEL (Author) Macmillan (Publisher). HMS Cottesmore : Summary of service, 1941-1950. whole: Dimensions: 22cm. Pagination: xiii, 306p. How has war in the air changed over time? KS3-4. First World War. Second World War.
By Daniel Silverfarb.
They had to assert their independence. By Daniel Silverfarb.
Recommend this journal.
extremely well documented analysis of Britain's role in Iraqi affairs. This detailed, scholarly work enables one also to appreciate the Iraqi resistance to the British manoeuvres.
of Iraq 1929-1941 – Ebook written by Daniel Silverfarb, Majid Khadduri
Britain's Informal Empire in the Middle East: A Case Study of Iraq 1929-1941 – Ebook written by Daniel Silverfarb, Majid Khadduri.
The Twilight of British Ascendancy in the Middle East: A Case Study of Iraq, 1941-1950. More specifically I am interested in the manifestation of this process in the later Jewish wisdom literature, belonging to what is variously defined as deuterocanonical or apocryphal literature, in Catholicism and Protestantism, respectively. As J. Marböck has remarked, wisdom and in particular biblical wisdom literature involves a vivid confrontation with the world, a debate on the fundamental questions of human existence. 1 Subsequently, wisdom literature also reflects the new insights gained from such a confrontation.