¹ Warlords of Oman Ø Download by ☆ P.S Allfree

Publication Of Warlords of Oman In Coincided With The First Export Of Oil From Oman And The Beginning Of Momentous Change In A Country That Had Been Virtually Closed To The Outside World Since Then Under The Leadership Of His Majesty, Sultan Qaboos, The Development Of The Country And Its People Has Been Recognized As An International Success StoryThe Events Recorded In This Book Describe A Very Different State Of Affairs In A Part Of The World About Which Little Was ¹ Warlords of Oman Ø Download by ☆ P.
S Allfree Known At The Time Very Few books Had Been Published When Warlords of Oman First Appeared In PrintAlthough Much Has Been Written Since About Oman And The Events Set Down In This Book, Warlords of Oman Remains A Classic Of Arabian Travel And Experience It Is Full Of Lively Descriptions Of People And Places Its Pages Abound With Delightful Scenes Of Local Colour, Lively Encounters, Fascinating Characters And Enthralling Incidents Warlords of Oman is a boys own tale of derring do and adventure Immensely enjoyable as a good read Allfree writes from experience.
A previous reviewer wished that there had been information I d suggest reading other books covering the same events, which are complementary to this book, eg, Dangerous Frontiers by Bryan Ray, commander of the Northern Frontier Regiment of the Sultan s Armed Forces in the early 1970s While Ray fought in a later campaign than Allfree describes, there is overlap in personnel.
And Dr J E Petersen s Oman s Insurgencies The Sultanate s Struggle for Supremacy The Dhofar campaign was, in some ways, an extension of the battle for Jabal al Akhdar Dr Petersen spent 10 years in Oman researching È Warlords of Oman Ú This is a well written account of a series of actions in which British forces took part and which has been almost forgotten in military histories.
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S Alfree writes from a very personal viewpoint as a soldier in the Sultan of Oman s army His description of actions and characters is very entertaining and brought back memories of my very small part in the campaign.
A little background history and descriptions of the part played by British regular forces might have improved the book.
Nevertheless I do recommend the book, particularly to people visiting themuch changed Oman of today For anyone interested in the history of the developing Oman this is fascinating reading.