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125. FRUS, 1930, iii, p. 302. 126. FRUS, 1932, ii, pp. 672–85. 127. FRUS, 1938, ii, pp. 763–9. For the negotiations preceding the Treaty, see FRUS, 1937, ii, pp. 767–84. 128. Wright (MEW) to UKCC, 13 Dec. 1940. FO 837/486, T 60/0/100. 129. Khadduri, Independent Iraq, pp. 194–5, 373. 130. Knabenshue to Dept. of State, 2 Apr. 1931. FRUS, 1941, iii, pp. 491–2; also pp. 486–90, 493–513. 131. Knabenshue to Dept. of State, 25 Nov. 1941. 514. 132. See: ‘Lend–Lease in the Middle East’, in Middle East Economic and Statistical Bulletin (MEESB) (Aug.
Macdonald, area liaison officer, Baghdad, included in a despatch by Thompson to FO, 14 Mar. 1944. FO 624/39/574. 140. See, for example, E. R. Lingeman (first secretary, Embassy), ‘American Trade Competition in Iraq’, 28 Oct. 1944. FO 921/263, 81/44/9. 141. Minute by Cornwallis, 1 Nov. 1944, ibid. 142. , p. 39. See also Phillip J. Baram, The Department of State in the Middle East 1919–1945 (Philadelphia, 1978), p. 165. 913–36. 143. DeNovo, op. , p. 921. 144. E. M. Robinson to Dept. of State, 12 Sept.
FO 371/24562, E 2752/2428/93. 101. Newton to FO, 26 Sept. 1940. , E 2996/2428/93. 102. Al-Bilad, 1 Dec. 1940. Extract appears in FO 624/12/432. 103. Embassy to FO, 16 Dec. 1948. FO 371/75141, E 127/1051/93. 104. Embassy to Iraq’s Ministry of Finance, 16 May 1949. , E 6626/1051/93. 105. FO to Embassy, 26 Oct. 1949. , E 7589/1051/93. 106. Ibid. See also FO 371/75150. 107. The level of the British diplomats in Iraq, particularly during the 1930s, was not much higher. Their reports reflected ignorance of local developments and poor political analysis, especially in comparison with contemporary reports on Egypt and Palestine.