'14/115 IV B. 7. Abu Musa'
- Frank C Strick and Company Limited, shipping company (correspondent)
Correspondence concerning Abu Musa island. Correspondence discusses British memorandum of 1908; the German case relating to their mining operations; the Persian claim to Abu Musa, Sirri and Tunb [Tumb]; the role of Hassan bin Samaiyah and the contract with the German company Wonckhaus. Corrrespondents include the Political Resident Persian Gulf; Frank C. Strick and Co.; German Consulate, Bandar Abbas; H.M. Consulate Bandar Abbas; Deputy Secretary to the Government of India; Khan Bakadur Abdur Latif [Khan Bahadur Abd al-Latif], Residency Agent Sharjah; Khalid bin Ahmad, Sheikh of Sharjah.
1 volume (281 folios)
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- Item contributor:
- British Library. India Office Records and Private Papers
- Data contributor:
- Qatar National Library
- 1 volume (281 folios)
- Geographic region:
- Abu Musa Island
- DC rights:
Open Government Licence
- Is part of:
- British Library: India Office Records and Private Papers