Sir John Glubb, better known as Glubb. Pasha, was born in , and served in. France in the First World War from to. In he left the regular. PDF | The recent accession by St Antony’s College Oxford of papers from British army officer John Bagot Glubb, commander of Transjordan’s Arab Legion. It is easy to dismiss Jordan as small, dull and insignificant: a minnow among the big beasts of the Middle East. But as Graham Jevon’s.
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It is easy to dismiss Jordan as small, dull and insignificant: But as Graham Jevon’s illuminating study shows, the country has for most of its life found itself at the heart of both Arab politics and western policy. As such, it can serve as a valuable window onto a set of wider issues, including the rise of Arab nationalism, the end of empire and the evolution of the Arab—Israeli conflict.
This book is not a biography of Glubb or a study of the emergence of the Jordanian state, but rather a closely focused analysis of the decade between and —in other words, from the birth of Israel to Glubb’s dismissal and its Most users should sign in with their email address.
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