Arab Bureau

(from the article `Algeria`) ...and the governor-general of Algeria was almost invariably a military officer until the 1880s. Most Algerians—excluding the colons—were subject to ... After entering the engineers in 1829, Lamoricière was sent to Algiers (1830) as a captain in the Zouaves. In 1833 he played a prominent rol...
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Arab Bureau

The Arab Bureau was a section of the Cairo Intelligence Department during the First World War. According to a Committee of Imperial Defence paper from January 7, 1916, the Arab Bureau was established to `harmonise British political activity in the Near East...[and] keep the Foreign Office, the India Office, the Committee of Defence, the War Offic....
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