MEMOIRS OF KING ABDULLAH OF TRANSJORDAN. Edited by Philip P. Graves. With an Introduction by R.J.C. Broadhurst

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London, Jonathan Cape, (1950). Cloth, hinges strained, name on fly and half-title, a slack - else v.g. - copy in torn and stained d/w, frontispiece, illust., pp. 278. King Abdullah of Transjordan, distinguished as man, statesman and monarch, and perhaps the outstanding personality of the Arab world in our "time, has written a book of much personal, historical and military interest. He shows, for example, how he and his father skillfully and obstinately defended their rights and their freedom against Turkish encroachment and centralization. His account of his military policy and operations round Medina is a reminder of the instinctive lack of sympathy between himself and T.E. Lawrence. King Abdullah rendered great services to the Arab and Allied cause, and it is clear that the British decision to leave him in occupation of Transjordan was largely due to Mr. Churchill's intervention in 1922. His tribute to Mr. Churchill suggests that this intervention confirmed him as a loyal friend and ally of Britain in her greatest need" (d/w blurb).

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