HIST 3380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Bp, The Great Game, Imperial British East Africa Company

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Hist3880 the british empire and the islamic world. Political and cultural impact on the islamic world. Prior to 18th century, religious, political, and diplomatic factors shape western- This began with the islamic claim that they were the last great impression of religion through the prophet mohammed. Political factors led to tensions: from the 8th century, islamic armies threatened. Spain continuing on to the ottoman empire threatening european christian society. The successors of the ottoman army terrified europe, only receding in 1683 with the battle of vienna. Western-islamic relations hides debt of west to islamic civilization. European competition in islamic world from 19th century. British interest in islamic world from conquest of bengal. Indian ocean basin becomes british concern to protect" india. Post-1869, arabian peninsula and persian gulf states become protectorates. Aden settlement 1839-1937, aden colony 1937 (now yemen) Gulf sheikhdoms (trucial states), 1820s signed treaties of support with britain (similar to that of the indian princes)

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