10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QISHM»
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Britain and the Persian Gulf, 1894-1914
Sovereignty over the island was unquestionably Persian, and the town of Qishm
on the northeast corner housed a local shaikh responsible for the island's 40,000
inhabitants to the Persian Deputy Governor of Bandar Abbas. As far as Britain ...
Briton Cooper Busch, 1967
Power Struggles and Trade in the Gulf: 1620-1820
The English Agent returned from a visit to the islands of Larak, Henjam and
Qishm on 26 March 1752, and reported that, if compelled at a later date to leave
the mainland, the Company should go to Qishm, where 'Abdul Shaikh had asked
A Colonial Legacy: The Dispute Over the Islands of Abu Musa, ...
Captain G.F. Sadlier told him that Sayid Sa'id, the Sultan of Muscat considered
Qishm his own property, inherited from his father who had conquered it from Iran;
whilst according to Captain Taylor, the island belonged to Iran and had been ...
The Politics of Trade in Safavid Iran: Silk for Silver, ...
When the latter proceeded to fortify the island of Qishm. strategically located
across from Hurmuz. the Safavid ruler had Imam-quli Khan of Shiraz put pressure
on the English to help him launch an attack on Hurmuz. threatening the loss of ...
Waqai-i manazil-i Rum: Tipu Sultan's mission to Constantinople
Qishm harbour. On the morning of 8 July they sailed, but after three or four krohs,
owing to the strong shamal, which sprang up, they anchored at Qishm Island at
sunset. On the 9th they again sailed, but owing to strong winds they had to cast ...
Iran's Persian Gulf Policy: From Khomeini to Khatami
An Emirati businessman set up a private office on Qishm island to oversee the
building of another aluminium plant of which he owned 20 per cent, the Iranian
government owned 60 per cent and Dubai Aluminium Company (Dubal) owned
Dr Christin Marschall, 2003
The Persian Gulf (RLE Iran A)
This, however, they showed no inclination to do, so the fleet passed on to Qishm
and anchored off the Portuguese fort, which was in command of Ruy Freire.
Already hard pressed by the besieging Persians on the land side, and now
Fieldmuseum of natural history
.Qishm is, apart from the villages, almost deserted, but the hills harbor animals.-
Some of the hills, notably at Namakdan near the coast in the southwest part of the
island, contain large deposits of excellent rock salt, which is exported in great ...
The Persian Gulf in History
A number of Arab Bedouins, coming from Arabia, had established themselves in
Oman and from there had attacked merchant vessels and also Qishm and Lingeh
.32 Sadid al-Saltana calls all inhabitants of the coastal region Arab, meaning ...
The Engineering Aspects of the Qir Earthquake of 10 April ...
Reference Mar 1884 19-20 May 1884 Persian Gulf Qishm Is. Jun 1884 14-24
Nov 1887 Ras-al Khaimah (Persian Gulf) Bushire Wilson One hundred thirty-two
persons killed; Wilson many villages destroyed. Shah gave Kababi, p.
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «QISHM»
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Formule 1 nieuwsoverzicht 4 mei
Het eiland Qishm aan de Iraanse zuidkust moet het decor worden van de Grand Prix van Iran. Masoud Soltanifar, vice-president van de Iraanse instantie voor ... «Grand Prix Radio, May 15»
UAE hit by tremors after Iran earthquake
The epicentre of the quake was 43km west of the Qishm Island in the Arabian Gulf. According to the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre, the depth of ... «GulfNews, Sep 08»