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The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921
Gazetteers and Handbooks (BII-1)

The geopolitical identity of present-day Iraq can be traced back to the British Military occupation of the First World War and the civil administration established at the beginning of the British Mandate, which lasted from 1921 until independence in 1932. The materials in this collection consist of India Office Political & Secret Department confidential reports, memoranda, maps, and handbooks, as well as policy files describing the background and practicalities of the creation of a political administration, as well as of a social and an economic infrastructure.

This collection is also included in the The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921 collection.
The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921
The Oil Industry (BII-10)

The geopolitical identity of present-day Iraq can be traced back to the British Military occupation of the First World War and the civil administration established at the beginning of the British Mandate, which lasted from 1921 until independence in 1932. The materials in this collection consist of India Office Political & Secret Department confidential reports, memoranda, maps, and handbooks, as well as policy files describing the background and practicalities of the creation of a political administration, as well as of a social and an economic infrastructure.

This collection is also included in the The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921 collection.
The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921
Outbreak of WWI: Situation in Turkish Arania (BII-2)

The geopolitical identity of present-day Iraq can be traced back to the British Military occupation of the First World War and the civil administration established at the beginning of the British Mandate, which lasted from 1921 until independence in 1932. The materials in this collection consist of India Office Political & Secret Department confidential reports, memoranda, maps, and handbooks, as well as policy files describing the background and practicalities of the creation of a political administration, as well as of a social and an economic infrastructure.

This collection is also included in the The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921 collection.
The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921
Wartime Economy: Trade and Communications (BII-4)

The geopolitical identity of present-day Iraq can be traced back to the British Military occupation of the First World War and the civil administration established at the beginning of the British Mandate, which lasted from 1921 until independence in 1932. The materials in this collection consist of India Office Political & Secret Department confidential reports, memoranda, maps, and handbooks, as well as policy files describing the background and practicalities of the creation of a political administration, as well as of a social and an economic infrastructure.

This collection is also included in the The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921 collection.
The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921
Post-War Administration and Constitution for the State of Iraq (BII-5)

The geopolitical identity of present-day Iraq can be traced back to the British Military occupation of the First World War and the civil administration established at the beginning of the British Mandate, which lasted from 1921 until independence in 1932. The materials in this collection consist of India Office Political & Secret Department confidential reports, memoranda, maps, and handbooks, as well as policy files describing the background and practicalities of the creation of a political administration, as well as of a social and an economic infrastructure.

This collection is also included in the The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921 collection.
The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921
Kurdistan (BII-7)

The geopolitical identity of present-day Iraq can be traced back to the British Military occupation of the First World War and the civil administration established at the beginning of the British Mandate, which lasted from 1921 until independence in 1932. The materials in this collection consist of India Office Political & Secret Department confidential reports, memoranda, maps, and handbooks, as well as policy files describing the background and practicalities of the creation of a political administration, as well as of a social and an economic infrastructure.

This collection is also included in the The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921 collection.
The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921
Iraqi Boundaries (BII-8)

The geopolitical identity of present-day Iraq can be traced back to the British Military occupation of the First World War and the civil administration established at the beginning of the British Mandate, which lasted from 1921 until independence in 1932. The materials in this collection consist of India Office Political & Secret Department confidential reports, memoranda, maps, and handbooks, as well as policy files describing the background and practicalities of the creation of a political administration, as well as of a social and an economic infrastructure.

This collection is also included in the The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921 collection.
The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921
Post-War Economic Development (BII-9)

The geopolitical identity of present-day Iraq can be traced back to the British Military occupation of the First World War and the civil administration established at the beginning of the British Mandate, which lasted from 1921 until independence in 1932. The materials in this collection consist of India Office Political & Secret Department confidential reports, memoranda, maps, and handbooks, as well as policy files describing the background and practicalities of the creation of a political administration, as well as of a social and an economic infrastructure.

This collection is also included in the The Creation of Modern Iraq, c. 1914-1921 collection.

Edited by J.J.S. Weitenberg

Armenian Sources

In the western world, Armenian studies are seriously hampered by the inaccessibility of many primary and secondary source materials. This project is intended to make available as complete as possible a spectrum of Armenological material. It includes newspapers, journals, and text-editions of Armenian authors in the field of Armenian philology in a broad sense.

Various Authors & Editors

National Statistical Reports
Latin America

The largest and most complete file of recent national statistical reports in existence. Government economic statistical reports from a variety of collections including the Institute of Development Studies Library, Brighton, the London University School of Oriental and African Studies Library, the Overseas Development Administration in London, the British Library of Political and Economic Science in London, the World Bank in Washington D.C. and libraries in Moscow (Goskomstat, INION, State Historical Library) and St. Petersburg (BAN).

Language note
Texts primarily in English, but can also be in languages native to the country in question.

This collection is also included in the National Statistical Reports collection.