1921 Cairo Conference

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Mark Cartwright
by Unknown Photographer
published on 16 August 2021
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A photograph of the principal delegates at the Cairo Conference of March 1921. The purpose of the conference was to decide British foreign policy in the Middle East. Seated at the front-centre is Winston Churchill, then Colonial Secretary. The lady standing on the left is the archaeologist, travel writer, explorer, and political administrator Gertrude Bell (l. 1868-1926).

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Photographer, U. (2021, August 16). 1921 Cairo Conference. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/14428/1921-cairo-conference/

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