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A scholar and adviser to Tony Blair"s government analyzes how Churchill created the artificial monarchy of Iraq after World War I, thereby forcing together unfriendly peoples under a single ruler. Using T.E. Lawrence to induce Arabs under the rule of the Ottoman Turks to rebel against their oppressors, the British and French during World War I convinced the Hashemite clan that they would rule over Syria. In fact, Britain had promised the territory to the French. To make amends, Churchill created the nation of Iraq and made the Hashemite leader, Feisal, king of a land to which he had no connections at all. Defying a global wave of nationalistic sentiment, and the desire of subject peoples to rule themselves, Churchill created a Middle Eastern powder keg.--Publisher description.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||DS70.96.G7 C38 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
|LC Control Number||2005297580|
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Explores how Churchill, as First Lord of the Admiralty, proposed to fight this new world war, with particular attention given to his attempts to impel the Royal Navy, the British War Cabinet, and the French toward a more aggressive prosecution of the conflict.
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In autumn the Italian-held Dodecanese was the setting for the last decisive German invasion of World War II—and the last irreversible British defeat. After the Italian armistice that followed the downfall of Il Duce Benito Mussolini, British.
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Free shipping for many products. Christopher Catherwood, FRAS, FRGS, FRHistS (born 1 March ) is a British author based in Cambridge, England and, often, in Richmond, has taught for the Institute of Continuing Education based a few miles away in Madingley and has taught for many years for the School of Continuing Education at the University of has been associated each summer.
Churchill’s Folly as the title suggests covers Winston Churchill’s decisions after World War I that led to the creation of Iraq. England had conquered Mesopotamia during the war, but came out of the conflict overextended and in debt.
Churchill’s response was to try to cut costs, first by reducing the military forces in Iraq and then creating an Arab government to run things.
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This is a long book and requires a little patience to read and finish. This is the life of a politician who had a great influence on England and even world history during The Fist and The Second World Wars and subsequently The Cold War. The book tells about Churchill's life minute by minute.
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