The Military and Police Forces of the Gulf States

Volume 3: Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar

Athol Yates, Cliff Lord

The Military and Police Forces of the Gulf States, Volume 3,  covers the military, police, and selected para-military services of Bahrain, Kuwait and Qatar from early 20th Century until 2010.

Great Britain and these three states have had various mutual defence treaties since centuries. This resulted in establishment of very close ties between the
Date Published :
January 2020
Publisher :
Helion and Company
Language:
English
Series :
Middle East@War
Illustration :
8pp color profiles, photographs, maps and illustrations, c 150 b/w photos
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781912866427
Pages : 72
Dimensions : 11.75 X 8.25 inches
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Overview
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The Military and Police Forces of the Gulf States, Volume 3,  covers the military, police, and selected para-military services of Bahrain, Kuwait and Qatar from early 20th Century until 2010.

Great Britain and these three states have had various mutual defence treaties since centuries. This resulted in establishment of very close ties between the British and the Sultan of Oman’s armed forces. Since 1920s, the British seconded and contract personnel served with the latter services through forming, leading, advising and training them.

About The Author
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Athol Yates teaches at Khalifa University in Abu Dhabi. He teaches internal security, disaster management and public policy. His research interest is the militaries of the UAE. He previously was the Executive Director of the Australian Security Research Centre in Canberra.

Cliff Lord served in Britain’s Royal Signals during the 1960s as a cipher operator in England, Germany and on active service in Aden and the East Aden Protectorate. After the Army Cliff worked in Paris for the Washington Post and later moved to New Zealand working as a computer operator, a communications network controller for Air New Zealand and Team Leader International Operations for the Southern Cross fibre optics trans pacific cable before retiring. He is Honorary Historian for Royal New Zealand Corps of Signals. Cliff has written nine books on military history and insignia.

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