P.D.R. Yemen: Outpost of Socialist Development in Arabia
Ithaca Press, 1985 - Yemen - 219 pages
Study of trends in political development and economic and social development in Yemen in the 1970s and early 1980s - describes the historical background, and the emergence of nationalism; covers the structure and political ideology of the Yemeni Socialist political party; discusses social change, social policy, economic policy, agricultural development, fishery cooperative development, industrialization, etc.; comments on foreign policy; includes a chronology. Map, references, statistical tables.
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The Rationale of British occupation
Intervention in the Interior from the 1930s onwards
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References to this book
Historical Dictionary of Yemen
Robert D. Burrowes
No preview available - 1995
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