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- First World War : Add brief definition or description
- Ottoman Empire : An empire, informally the Turkish Empire, that dominated most of the Middle East from the 14th to early 20th century.
- Hashemites : A family that traces its lineage to the household of the Prophet Muhammad and back to the Old Testament prophet Abraham, which is a major part of Middle East history and politics; the ruling dynasty of Jordan is Hashemite
- Hussein-McMahon Correspondence : A 1915 exchange of letters between Sharif Hussein bin Ali, Emir of Mecca, and Sir Henry McMahon, the High Commissioner for Egypt, setting the terms for Arab participation in the war against the Ottoman Empire, and their expectations for territory and independence as a result
Politics, intelligence and covert action
- David Hogarth : British archeologist and political intelligence specialist on the Middle East, mentor to T. E. Lawrence and Gertrude Bell
- Gertrude Bell : (1868-1926) British expert on the Middle East, involved in strategic intelligence for the Arab Revolt (First World War) and had a major influence on the formation of modern Iraq.
- Percy Cox : Add brief definition or description
- David Lorimer : (1876-1962) British Indian Army and political service officer; Linguist; Political Representative in Cairo during the First World War; husband of Emily Overend Lorimer
- Emily Overend Lorimer : (1881-1949) British linguist and political analyst involved with the Arab Revolt in the First World War, British policy for Arab independence, and an early writer on the threat of Adolf Hitler; spouse of David Lorimer
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- Thomas Edward Lawrence : (1888-1935) British soldier and author, known as Lawrence of Arabia, who coordinated the Arab Revolt (First World War) against the Ottoman Empire with British military operations
- House of Saud : Current royal family of Saudi Arabia, whose first leader, Abd al-Aziz ibn Saud, took power in 1932; founded by Muhammad ibn Saud and associated with leadership of Wahhabism since 1744
- Zionism : The ideology that Jews should form a Jewish state in what is traced as the Biblical area of Palestine; there are many interpretations, including the boundaries of such a state and its criteria for citizenship
- Middle East agreements : The wide range of public and secret correspondence, treaties, United Nations Security Council resolutions, announcements from high-level conferences and other negotiated approaches to stability in the Middle East.
- Sykes-Picot Agreement : A 1916 secret agreement between France and Great Britain, with the consent of Russia, on the disposition of territories in the Ottoman Empire
- Balfour Declaration : A 1917 declaration by the British Foreign Secretary stating that U.K. government, in principle, endorsed the idea of a Jewish homeland in Palestine