• S. H. Steinberg
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In the Treaty of San’a of 11 February, 1934, with the United Kingdom and India, of which the ratifications were exchanged on 4 September, 1934, the Zaidi Imam Yahya b. Muhammad b. Hamid ed Din is styled ‘His Majesty the King of the Yemen, the Imam,’ and his dominions, which lie to the north-west of Aden and the Aden Protectorate, contain some 75,000 square miles, with a population of 3,500,000. His territories include the area to the north-west of the Anglo-Turkish boundary drawn in 1902–4 (accepted by the Treaty of San’a, of 11 Feb., 1934, as the boundary between the Aden Protectorate and the kingdom of Yemen).

Books of Reference

  1. Ansaldi (C), Il. Yemen hella storia e nella leggenda. Rome, 1933.Google Scholar
  2. Brimond (E.), Yémen et Saoudia: l’Arabie actuelle. Paris, 1937.Google Scholar
  3. Faroughy (A.), Introducing Yemen. New York, 1947.Google Scholar
  4. Scott (H.), In the High Yemen. 2nd ed. London, 1947.Google Scholar

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