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"Three Kings"

While the main title is used very sparingly as a theme for Gardner's work, it is appropriate to the manipulations of the U.S. superseding Great Britain as the imperial power in the Middle East, and the unconditional support given to the House of Saud by U.S. political, military, and corporate interests. This is a fact filled examination of the post war era, placed in context of previous actions, making obvious connections to the problems that trouble the Middle East today. For readers looking for a strong political overview of the immediate post war years in the Middle East this work is an excellent volume to begin with.

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