The researcher discussed in his book the importance of Iraq to Britain, as it is one of the important roads leading to India (the jewel of the British crown), so when the First World War broke out, Britain occupied Iraq, wanting to turn it into an Indian province, but in the wake of the revolution of twenty years in Iraq. 1920, Britain changed its policy towards Iraq by establishing an autonomy that would ensure the preservation of British interests. An interim government was formed headed by Abdul Rahman al-Naqib, assisted by a number of supervisors and some patriots and with the advice of British advisors. This government was the beginning of the foundations of national rule through the British rule concealed by the mask of the Iraqi Arab front, and Britain wanted to place a king over Iraq to rule the new permanent Iraqi government, and despite the multiplicity of candidates from Iraqis and others, Britain was supportive of one of Sharif Hussein’s sons Especially King Faisal.
King Faisal I assumed the throne of Iraq in 1921, and the new aspect of Iraqi-British relations begins, in addition to his policy towards the opposition in the country until his efforts were successful after Iraq entered the League of Nations in 1932, and during this period Iraq