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        PublishersArchive Editions
        LC Classifications1992
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        Paginationxvi, 72 p. :
        Number of Pages98
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        ISBN 101852074000
        v. 1. Iran-Iraq I, 1639-1909 v. 2. Iran-Iraq II, 1909-1937 v. 3. Iran-Iraq III, 1938-1992 v. 4. Iraq-Kuwait I, 1830-1940 v. 5. Iraq-Kuwait II, 1941-1992 v. 6. Saudi Arabia-Iraq, 1922-1991 v. 7. Jordan-Saudi Arabia, 1923-1965 v. 8. Syria-Iraq, 1915-1935 v. 9. pt. 1. Turkey-Iraq, 1920-1946. pt. 2. Iraq-Jordan, 1926-1992 v. 10. Saudi Arabia-Kuwait I, 1829-1991 v. 11. Saudi Arabia-Kuwait II, 1829-1991 v. 12. Bahrain-Saudi Arabia, 1904-1958 v. 13. Bahrain-Qatar I, 1818-1992 v. 14. Bahrain-Qatar II, 1818-1992 v. 15. Bahrain-Qatar III, 1818-1992 v. 16. pt. 1. Saudi Arabia-Qatar, 1871-1965. pt. 2. Qatar-United Arab Emirates I, 1837-1969 v. 17. Qatar-United Arab Emirates II, 1837-1969 v. 18. Saudi Arabia-United Arab Emirates, 1913-1974 v. 19. pt. 1. United Arab Emirates-Oman, 1855-1977. pt. 2. Saudi Arabia-Oman, 1913-1991 v. 20. Saudi Arabia-Yemen, 1913-1992.

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