Muscat-Omani relations

Contenu

Titre
Muscat-Omani relations
Droits
Open Government Licence
Auteur
Wingate, Ronald Evelyn
Alban, Reginald George
Bremner, Claude Edward U
Āl Bū Sa‘īd, Sa‘īd bin Taymūr
Date
1932
Langue
eng ara
Lieu de publication
London
Maison d'édition
British Library
Editeur
East India Company
Localisation
British Library: India Office Records and Private Papers
Qatar Digital Library
Résumé
Correspondence discusses relations between Muscat state and the interior of Oman. Since 1920 the Treaty of Sib had regulated the interactions between Muscat on the coast and the interior of Oman under the Imam. The treaty was mediated by Ronald Evelyn Wingate, Political Agent, Muscat. Correspondence in 1945 and 1946 discusses Sultan Sa'id bin Taimur's desire to obtain a guarantee of RAF support for any incursion into the interior when the ailing Imam died. Letters from British officials discuss what additional leverage they could gain as a condition of provision of arms and officers. Correspondents include Shaikh Isa bin Saleh (of Sur); Reginald George Alban, Political Agent Muscat; Major Claude Edward U Bremner, Political Agent Muscat.
lccn
IOR/R/15/1/437
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Bibliographie

Wingate, Ronald Evelyn et al., “Muscat-Omani relations”, British Library, 1932, bibliographie, consulté le 18 avril 2024, http://ibadica.org:8080/s/bibliographie/item/170467

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