Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-172) and index.
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In subsequent years, under the leadership of Glubb Pasha, the Arab Legion was transformed into the best-trained of all Arab armies. This richly illustrated book examines the history of the Arab Legion, detailing the infantry, supporting arms and services, and air, sea, police and national guard : $ A study of Britain's role in the Middle East from the Arab-Israeli war to the Suez Crisis, based on significant new findings from the private papers of Glubb Pasha and the Arab Legion. This book revises several key narratives regarding the decline of Britain's imperial presence in the by: 1. Lieutenant-General Sir John Bagot Glubb, KCB, CMG, DSO, OBE, MC (a.k.a. "Glubb Pasha") was a British Army officer who was for many years seconded to the Arab Legion of the Trans-Jordan (later The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan), which he ultimately commanded /5(6). This book is a military-political biography of Abdullah al-Tall, during the years he served as an officer in the Arab Legion, as well as when he was in political exile in Egypt. The purpose is to understand al-Tall's personality, his contribution to the success of the Arab Legion in the war, and his part in the assassination of King Abdullah.
I have intentionally called this book the story, and not the history, of the Arab Legion. I cannot claim the dignity of an historian. Firstly through lack of capacity for the part; secondly because, being still in active employment, I have had little time for the quiet research essential to the writing of history; and thirdly because I am still in Government service, and am thus debarred from. Lieutenant-General Sir John Bagot Glubb (a.k.a. "Glubb Pasha"; ), was a British Army officer who was for many years seconded to the Arab Legion of the Trans-Jordan (later The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan), which he ultimately commanded . The Free Arabian Legion (German: Legion Freies Arabien; Arabic: جيش بلاد العرب الحرة , romanized: Jaysh bilād al-ʿarab al-ḥurraẗ) was the collective name of several Nazi German units formed from Arab volunteers from the Middle East and North Africa during World War II. During the s, John Glubb and the Arab Legion became the 'cornerstone' of Britain's imperial presence in the Middle East. Based on unprecedented access to the unofficial archive of the Arab Legion, including a major accession of Glubb's private papers, Graham Jevon examines and revises Britain's post retreat from empire in the Middle East.
In subsequent years, under the leadership of Glubb Pasha, the Arab Legion was transformed into the best-trained of all Arab armies. This richly illustrated book examines the history of the Arab Legion, detailing the infantry, supporting arms and services, and air, Pages: Arab Legion. Since retirement, he has published sixteen books, chiefly on the Middle East, and has lectured widely. The Fate of Empires 2 Physical science has expanded its knowledge by building on the work of its predecessors, and by making millions of careful experi-. This was written before the Arab Legion entered the Palestine war against the Jews. The main problem now for King Abdullah and for Glubb—and events have made the task even harder since Glubb wrote his book—must be how to save what little is left of the prestige of the Legion and uphold the myth which Glubb has tried to create. The Arab Legion by Sir Peter Young, Michael Roffe (Illustrator) starting at $ The Arab Legion has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.