by Clive Leatherdale (1983) Hardback.
Published by Frank Cass, London and New Jersey
404 pages. Map, Bibliography, Index
"With his attention to details, the author clarifies many previously unresolved issues ... This most interesting and innovative book ..." International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies.
"A balanced, comprehensive, and readable analysis." Near East.
"This work belongs in any library that wants a good Middle East collection." Choice.
"This book fills a major gap in the literature, and at the same time provides new and interesting information on a relationship that was as varied as it was dynamic." The Middle East.
"For those who dote on [Arabian] peninsula history there are many rewards ... This work constitutes a mainstream contribution to the history of an unusual interstate relationship." The Middle East Journal.
"An important contribution to the subject of British policy in the Middle East." Middle Eastern Studies.