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This section of the book British Missions around the Gulf, 1575-2005: Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman presents illustrations of the British Missions and British personnel in Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and Oman. The illustrations include South front of Residence, Tehran compound, with wisteria in full bloom; North front of Residence main entrance, Tehran compound; River frontage of the Residency, Baghdad; Mubarak Al Sabah; Shaikh of Kuwait 1896-1915; and British Embassy, Muscat. This book shows, the British - at first, the English - have been involved in the Middle East since before there was a British Empire, and indeed, before the first English settlers established themselves in North America.

Keywords: British Missions; Iran; Iraq; Kuwait; Oman



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