Syria and Lebanon under French Mandate

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SYRIA AND LEBANON UNDER FRENCH MANDATE

STEPHEN HEMSLEY LONGRIGG

Here were the end, had anything an end. . . .
The act, over and ended, falls and fades:
What was once seen, grows what is now described,
Then talked of, told about, a tinge the less
In every fresh transmission; till it melts,
Trickles in silent orange or wan grey
Across our memory . . . . . . .

R. BROWNING, The Ring and the Book, xii.

Issued under the auspices of the Royal Institute of International Affairs

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS LONDON NEW YORK TORONTO 1958

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Note on Transliteration xi
  • Turkish Province 1
  • II - War and Victory 46
  • III - The French and the Amir 69
  • IV - First Years of the Mandate 109
  • V - Rebellion and Promise 148
  • VI - Advance and Recession 182
  • VII - Last Hopes Frustrated 215
  • VIII - Apart from Politics 259
  • IX - Twilight of the Mandate 293
  • X - End and Beginning 334
  • Appendix A 369
  • Appendix B 372
  • Appendix C - Covenant of the League of Nations 374
  • Appendix D - The Mandate for Syria and Lebanon, 24 July 1922 376
  • Appendix E 381
  • Index 391
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