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Inhaltsangabe: When the Ottoman empire restored direct rule over Yemen, it resulted in an onslaught of foreign encroachments by British and Italian client tribes and chieftans in the Arabian peninsula. In this concise account of the history of the political rivalries confronting Ottoman Yemen, Caesar E. Farah delineates the various military campaigns to regain control over Yemen, while providing valuable insight into the process of pacification in this critical corner of Arabia.
About the Author:
Caesar E. Farah is Professor of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies at the University of Minnesota.
Buchbeschreibung IB TAURIS, 2002. London, 2002; clothbound, pp. 384, cm 12x19. Artikel-Nr. 3351264