Deedes Bey

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Deedes Bey

By John Presland
Macmillan, 1942
360 pp. $16.00

Letters and diary from the pen of an Englishman closely identified with Near Eastern affairs for some 14 years, first as officer in the old Ottoman gendarmerie, then as intelligence officer with the British Army at Gallipoli, and later as an official in the Arab Bureau at Cairo and in Palestine during the early years of the Mandate.

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