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H. St. John Philby, Ibn Saud and Palestine

by Jerald L. Thompson

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Published by Fredonia Books (NL) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History of religion,
  • Religion - Commentaries / Reference,
  • Religion,
  • History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages204
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8843558M
    ISBN 101589638425
    ISBN 109781589638426

    Saudi Arabia By H. St. John Philby Ernest Benn, Read preview Overview Arabia Reborn By George Kheirallah University of New Mexico Press, Harry St. John Bridger Philby, an officer with England's Mesopotamian Expeditionary Force, was sent in on a mission to Abdul Aziz ibn Saud (later King of Arabia) in order to secure his help against the Turks. At the end of this mission Philby made the second ever east-west crossing of Arabia.

    Treason in the Blood: H. St. John Philby, Kim Philby, and the Spy Case of the Century. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, First edition. This work tells the extraordinary story of both father and son, recounting H. St. John Philby's role in the United States acquisition of the Saudi oil concession. HARRY ST. JOHN PHILBY. Harry St John Philby (father of the spy Kim Philby), was a British soldier and archaeologist, who during the First World War served in the Arab Information Office in Cairo. For a long period, he acted as representative for various British companies in Saudi Arabia and was also an advisor and confidant of King Ibn Saud.

    Philby, H. St. J. B. , Sa`udi Arabia / by H. St. John Philby Ernest Benn London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.   This was supposed to be just a minor political mission, but what came out of it was an alliance between Jack and Ibn Saud as well as Philby’s adoption of Wahhabism (). Philby passed intelligence information to Ibn Saud that allowed the House of Saud to defeat Sharif Hussein and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was born (35).


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H. St. John Philby, Ibn Saud and Palestine by Jerald L. Thompson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. John Philby, Ibn Saud and Palestine. [Jerald L Thompson]. [citation needed] Through his advisers St John Philby and Ameen Rihani, Ibn Saud granted substantial authority over Saudi oil fields to American oil companies inmuch to the dismay of the British who had invested heavily in the House of Saud's rise to power in hopes of open access to any oil reserves that were to be surveyed.

Beginning in Father: Abdul Rahman bin Faisal. founder of Saudi Arabia, King Ibn Saud, toward the establishment of a Jewish entity in Palestine -the "Palestine problem." H.

John Philby was a British author, explorer and convert to Islam who had a very close association with Ibn Saud. Studying Philby's Author: Jerald L Thompson. H. St. John Philby Minister Head of the Secret Service (British Mandate of Palestine) Saudi Minister Chief Foreign Advisor Converted to Islam Aug (took the name Abdullah) Exiled Apr (to Lebanon by King Saud) Is the subject of books: H.

John Philby, Ibn Saud and Palestine,BY: Jerald L. Thompson. Author of books: Heart of Arabia ()Born:   Parts of the book deal with historical personages such as Lawrence of Arabia, Winston Churchill, Franklin D.

Roosevelt, Lord Curzon, Gertrude Bell, H. John Philby, and others. The theme of how Ibn Saud dealt with the This is a wonderfully detailed and well-written biography of the remarkable man who fused a number of warring tribes into a /5.

Read this book on Questia. Nearly a quarter of a century has passed since my Arabia was published by Ernest Benn Limited in their Modern World Series. And since then no comprehensive attempt has ever been made, at any rate outside the limits of the Arab world, to assess the historical development of the country up to the present time or to relate that development to its past history.

John Philby was a British author, explorer and convert to Islam who was very close to Ibn Saud. Studying Philby's attempts to get the King to negotiate with the Zionists provides a clear understanding of the original Saudi involvement in the Palestine : Jerald L Thompson.

H. Saint John Philby, in full Harry Saint John Bridger Philby, (born April 3,Saint Johns, Badula, Ceylon [now Sri Lanka]—died SeptemBeirut, Lebanon), British explorer and Arabist, the first European to cross the Rubʿ al-Khali, or Empty Quarter, of Arabia from east to west.

Philby was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, and joined the Indian Civil Service in Through his advisers St John Philby and Ameen Rihani, Ibn Saud granted substantial authority over Saudi oil fields to American oil companies inmuch to the dismay of the British who had invested heavily in the House of Saud's rise to power in hopes of open access to any oil reserves that were to be surveyed.

Beginning inhe signed. No book about King Ibn Saud, particularly a book written in English, would be complete without a mention of Harry St John Philby, a strange and eccentric Englishman who became a prominent explorer, map-maker and Arabist, and was probably the only Westerner apart from Captain Shakespear to strike up a true friendship with the King.

John Philby, Ibn Saud and Palestine by Jerald L Thompson () Jūn Fīlbī wa-al-Bilād al-ʻArabīyah al-Saʻūdīyah fī ʻahd al-Malik ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz ibn Saʻūd () by Ṣabrī Fāliḥ Ḥamadī (Book). Petroleum was discovered in Saudi Arabia in by American geologists working for Standard Oil Company of New York (SOCONY) in partnership with Saudi officials.

Through his advisers St John Philby and Ameen Rihani, Ibn Saud granted substantial authority over Saudi oil fields to American oil companies inmuch to the dismay of the British who had invested heavily in the House of Saud's Born: 15 JanuaryRiyadh, Emirate of Nejd.

Harry St John Bridger Philby had been a thorn in the government's side in the s after falling out with the Foreign Office over its policy in the Middle East. Ibn Saud. At one stage he. Through his advisers St.

John Philby and Ameen Rihani, he granted substantial authority over Saudi oil fields to American oil companies inmuch to the dismay of the British who had invested heavily in the House of Saud's rise to power in hopes of open access to any oil reserves that were to be surveyed.

Beginning inIbn Saud signed Born: 15 January Riyadh, Second Saudi State. [citation needed] Through his advisers St John Philby and Ameen Rihani, Ibn Saud granted substantial authority over Saudi oil fields to American oil companies inmuch to the dismay of the British who had invested heavily in the House of Saud's rise to power in hopes of open access to any oil reserves that were to be surveyed.

Beginning in. "Ibn Saud: King by Conquest" is full of such fascinating tidbits, and the quality of writing is uniformly superb throughout the book. Nestor Sander, author of "Ibn Saud: King By Conquest," died on Februdue to complications following a traffic accident. Although he was a friend, that did not influence the enthusiasm of my review/5(8).

Amir Liwa F.G. Peake. Pasha with the best wishes of the author, H. J.B. Philby, January, (Lieut. Col. Peake campaigned with Lawrence and was founder and first commander of the Arab League), with Peake's Bookplate. (cgc) The first edition of Philby's valuable account of.

Ibn Saud. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Not to be confused with Muhammad ibn Saud or Ibn Sa'd. Abdulaziz 'Ibn Saud' King Abdulaziz bin Abdul Rahman, founder of Saudi Arabia.

King of Saudi Arabia; Reign: 23 September – 9 November Bay'ah: 23 September PHILBY GB ©Middle East Centre, St Antony’s College, Oxford. OX2 6JF 8 15/1 Basra Times: Special suppl.

on Philby’s Mission to Ibn Saud Sept/Oct 15/2 Nejd affairs 15/3 Meeting between Ibn Saud and Sir Percy Cox () Correspondence between Philby and India Office on Ibn Saud’s subsidy (,). Ibn Saud in February was part of any plan evolved in Washington following the failure of the Hoskins mission.

(4) Foreign Relations (), Vol. 4, pp. ; See also H. John Philby, Arabian Jubilee (London, ), pp. Treason in the Blood: H. St. John Philby, Kim Philby, and the Spy Case of the Century by Anthony Cave Brown and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Harry St John Bridger Philby CIE (born 3 AprilBadulla, British Ceylon - 30 SeptemberBeirut, Lebanon), also known as Jack Philby or Sheikh Abdullah (الشيخ عبدالله), his Arabic name, was an Arabist, explorer, writer, and British colonial office intelligence was educated at Westminster School and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he studied oriental languages.Buy Philby of Arabia: Philby New edition by Monroe, Elizabeth, Craig, James (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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