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British Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction inthe Gulf 1913―1971:AnAnalysis of the Systemof BritishCourtsinthe Territoriesof the BritishProtected States of the Gulf Duringthe Pre-independence Era, by Husain M. Al-Baharna, Archive Editions, 1998, 192pp, £60.00

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