France's Middle Eastern Ambitions, the Sykes-Picot Negotiations, and the Oil Fields of Mosul, 1915-1918

@article{Fitzgerald1994FrancesME,
  title={France's Middle Eastern Ambitions, the Sykes-Picot Negotiations, and the Oil Fields of Mosul, 1915-1918},
  author={E. Fitzgerald},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  year={1994},
  volume={66},
  pages={697 - 725}
}
  • E. Fitzgerald
  • Published 1994
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of Modern History
One of the puzzles of the territorial settlement in the Middle East after the First World War is France's surrender of its diplomatic claim to the Mosul region of Iraq. A remote province on the eastern marches of the Ottoman Empire, Mosul (al-Mawsil) was considered a promising area for oil exploration.' France's feeble petroleum industry possessed no overseas production facilities, and a gasoline crisis during the winter of 1917-18 had heightened awareness of the military significance of… Expand
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