By: Muhammad Ghanem Al-Rumaihi
This book deals with one of the most fertile periods in one of the most important Arab and global regions, the Arabian Gulf, and in one of the most important Gulf countries (Bahrain). The Arabian Gulf, where cultural, human, social and economic are similar and similar, and where the same factors play the same role, perhaps in the same size, and in the same path. This book dealt with the period from (1920 to 1971), that is, the sensitive period from the time the British took control of the region’s capabilities until their exit from it, with the accompanying pain, hardship, development and change in the generations that suffered. A reference book that chronicles the economic and social development in Bahrain from the First World War until independence.