The Great Powers in the Middle East, 1919-1939

Synopsis

Perhaps the most critical period in the development of modern Middle Eartern politics occurred between the two world wars. Britain and France vied for influence and control in the region by making conflicting promises to the leaders of emergent Arab nationalism as well as to those bent on building a Jewish national home in Palestine. With the rise of Hitler, the area took on increased strategic importance for western democracies. This book examines the impact of great-power priorities on the region.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Lawrence Pratt
  • Joseph Kostiner
  • Uriel Dann
  • Gabriel R. Warburg
  • Michael J. Cohen
  • Lawrence Pratt
  • Joseph Kostiner
  • Uriel Dann
  • Gabriel R. Warburg
  • Michael J. Cohen
  • Gabriel Sheffer
  • Aaron S. Klieman
  • Christopher M. Andrew
  • Itamar Rabinovich
  • Ahmed M. Gomaa
  • Claudio G. SegrÉ
  • Haggai Erlich
  • John A. Denovo
  • Barry Rubin
  • Yossef Bilovich
  • Jehuda L. Wallach
  • Andreas Hillgruber
  • Michael Wolffsohn
  • Yaacov Ro'i
  • Aryeh Shmuelevitz
  • Yair P. Hirschfeld
  • D. Cameron Watt
  • C. Ernest Dawn
  • Israel Gershoni
  • Ami Ayalon
  • Martin Kramer
  • Bernard Lewis
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1988