Decolonization Middle East and Israel

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Decolonization: The Middle East Decolonization: The Middle East and Israel and Israel
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The Middle East Before WWI The Middle East Before WWI Although it has often been described as the “sick man of Europe,” the Ottoman Empire was still powerful enough in its heartland during World War One to defend its hold on Gallipoli in 1915 and to carry out a massive program of Armenian relocation. After the war, the empire would finally be dismantled along with the empires of the other defeated powers
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The Middle East After WWI The Middle East After WWI The League of Nations delegated control of previously Ottoman territory to the British and the French in what were called “mandates”
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Saudi Arabia T.E. Lawrence 1888-1935 Hussein ibn Ali 1856-1931 Ibn Saud (r. 1932-1953) In 1932, Ibn Saud established the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which he and his sons have ruled down to the present. Oil was discovered in 1935 and provided immense wealth to the Saudi ruling class. At the same time, the Saudi Dynasty
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