India Office Political and Secret Files and Confidential Print
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.
Public Opinion on Iraq: The use of Historical Documents
by Penelope Tuson, ISIM Review 15, spring 2005
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