Keywords : Britain


Britain – Egyptian Relationships According to Luzan – Conference Resolutions 1922-1923

Nameer T. Yassin; Mohammed y Isamaeel Ibraheem

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2018, Volume 14, Issue 3, Pages 193-230
DOI: 10.33899/berj.2018.148065

International relationships study has got a great attention paid by lots of academics and researchers. This study falls into this trend. It sheds lights on an important stage of Britain – Egyptian relationships. When Louzan – conference was held in 1922-1923 according on the request of Turkey and Alliance states to solve the oriental cause and to set the new border – lines of Turkey and to set a treaty that replaces the sever – treaty. Egypt has made use of concluding the conference in order to show its cause to the international world, by forming formal and informal delegations to conduct negotiations with Britain to solve the Egyptian Cause by Louzan – conference. But Britain had not allowed Egypt to attend the conference, and claimed its presentation in the Conference, as a part of its colonial policy.

Britain and the Levy Troops in Iraq: 1920-1932

Amar Yousif Abdulalah

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2008, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 162-175

Levy troops played an important role in serving the authorities of the British Mandatory of Iraq 1920-1932. In order to shed light on this subject, the research is divided into five axes. The first axis tackled the role of the authorities of the Mandatory in establishing the Levy troops. The second axis handled the contribution of Levy troops in the British military services. As for the third axis, it tackled the attitude of the Mandatory authorities towards merging the Levy troops with the Iraqi armed forces. The fourth axis dealt with the attitude of the Mandatory authorities to the two events of Mosul and Kirkuk. The fifth axis handled the demobilization of Levy troops.