Publisher description for Arab dissident movements, 1905-1955 / edited by A.L.P. Burdett.

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These four volumes of primary source material contain a detailed study of activist movements and personalities, researched from the British Government archives, relating to twentieth-century subversive groups and individuals in the Middle East. The coverage includes major categories of Arab nationalists and pan-Arabists with aspirations to Arab unity, as well as activists with specific territorial demands and other anti-regime dissidents. The many groups referred to include: Society for Arab Revival (1906); Young Turks (1908); Lebanese Revival (1908); Al-Fatah (1909); Reform Society of Basra; Arab Revolutionary Society (1914); Palestine Arab Party; Todamun al-Akhawi; Druse rebels; Shakib Arslan; the Liberation Society; Iraq Independence Party; Arab BaÕath Movement; Moslem Brotherhood; Omani Revolution Council.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Dissenters -- Arab countries -- History -- 20th century -- Sources.
Arab countries -- Politics and government -- 20th century -- Sources.
Radicalism -- Arab countries -- Sources.
Panarabism -- Sources.