Index
' Abd al. 'Aziz al Sa'ud, 33; 'Abdallah (son), 34
' Abd al 'Aziz, Sultan, 22
' Abd al. Hamid. (Sultan), 90
' Abd at-Rahman (father of King Ibn Sa'ud), 37-41, 45-8, 54-5, 77, 93
' Abdullah al Damluji, 98
' Abdullah ibn Jiluwi, 52, 254
' Abdullah as-Sulaiman, 120, 137-8, 140, 174, 188-90, 205, 213, 243
' Abdullah ibn Sa'ud, 35-6
Abu Dhabi frontier, 226, 230
Abyan, 214-15
Aden, 70, 128-9, 151, 183, 192, 208, 214-15
Afghanistan, 14, 123
Agriculture, 190, 202-19
'Ajman tribe, 40, 45-6, 49, 71-3
Al Ghazali, Imam, 30; reformer of Islam, 30
Al Hajj Amin al. Husaini, 131
Al Hasa, province of, 32, 41, 70, 72-3, 89, 137, 140, 145, 192, 254
Al Kharj, 190, 202-20, 231, 252
Al Khobar, 147, 242
Al Qatif?, 145, 147
Al Wej, 95
Allenby, General, 78
America and Americans, 5-6, 21, 40, 123, 134-48, 151-2, 165-6, 185-219, 222, 231-3, 237-8, 240-2, 249-50, 252-4,257-8; Government Mission, 138; Medical Mission, 40-1; Military Mission, 139, 143; Quincy (cruiser), 164; universities, 142
' Amman, 22, 86, 92, 178
Antonius George, 87, 150; The Arab Awakening, 87, 150
' Aqaba, 95
Arab League, 149, 151, 166-73; ' Abd at-Rahman 'Azam Bey, 171-2; Musa al Alami, 173
Arabia (see also Sa'udi Arabia and King Ibn Sa'ud), 1, 3-8, 12-13, 20-9, 32-4, 37, 39, 41, 45, 47-9, 53-4, 57-9, 63, 66, 69-70, 73-9, 80-6, 88-9, 106-7, 112, 116-7, 121, 127-31, 133-5, 137, 139-44, 146-51, 155, 157-8, 162, 164-73, 177, 181-3, 185-219, 232, 235, 239-43, 247-51, 255-8
Arabic language, 3, 9, 16, 19-20, 29-30, 64, 75, 79, 107, 131, 134, 194, 207; Arabic literature, 21, 31
Arabists (Western), 21, 80, 184, 192
Arabian American Oil Co. ('Aramco'), 141, 143, 183, 185, 188, 190-5, 202, 206, 213, 217-8, 226, 228, 232-3, 241-3, 248, 250-2; geologists and engineers, 206, 215; library, 193
'Arafa, 29, 90, 103; 'Mountain of Mercy', 29
Armstrong, H. C., viii, 71-2, 86, 94; Lord of Arabia, viii
Arnhem, I
Artawiyya settlement, 66-7
' Asir, 167-8, 247; Sayyid Hasan al Idrisi, 168
Badana, 199
Baghdad, 31, 58, 70, 74, 170-1
Bahrain, 40-1, 138, 140, 142, 144, 183, 202
Banu Murra (tribe), 41-3, 45, 49
Banu Malik (tribe), 100
Banu Tamin (tribe of poets), 31

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Author's Acknowledgements viii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - I Meet Wahhabi Arabia 7
  • 2 - The Town of the Consuls 13
  • 3 - The Desert Plant of Wahhabism 29
  • 4 - The Emergence of Ibn Sa'Ud 37
  • 5 - Consolidation 54
  • 6 - First Contacts with Great Britain 69
  • 7 - The Dual Monarchy 86
  • 8 - First Wahhabi Impacts 102
  • 9 - The Pilgrimage 114
  • 10 - The Arrival of the Americans 127
  • 11 - The Palestine Problem 149
  • 12 - The Arab League 167
  • 13 - Interlude and Return to Arabia 174
  • 14 - The Americans in Arabia 185
  • 15 - Agriculture and Water 203
  • 16 - The Last Audience 220
  • 17 - A Visit to Amir Sa'Ud 231
  • 18 - The Last Visit 240
  • 19 - Ibn Sa'Ud's Inheritance 247
  • Glossary 259
  • Index 265
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