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  • December 26, 1970

    Untitled note from the Popular Front for the Liberation of the Arab Gulf

    The United Front for the Liberation of the Arabian Gulf decides to remove agents in several locations and to work to stop Abu Dhabi from interfering in the revolution in Dhafar.

  • January, 1971

    Internal Correspondence of Military Committee of the Popular Front for the Liberation of the Gulf

    Internal correspondence regarding training region cadres in Dhufar for the Popular Front for the Liberation of the Arabian Gulf

  • 1971

    The Popular Front for the Liberation of the Gulf

    Short document describing the Popular Front for the Liberation of the Arabian Gulf

  • January 01, 1971

    The Democratic National Front, The Army of Occupied Dhufar, Oman and the Arab Gulf, Military Bureau, 'The Truth of the Political Arrests in Muscat'

    Several military leaders from the Democratic National Front have been arrested by the British Intelligence Service in multiple locations as a result of treason.

  • February 08, 1971

    The Popular Front for the Liberation of the Gulf

    Report on independence efforts in the Gulf, Abu Dhabi; details the secret purchase of anti-tank missiles by the government, independence efforts in Abū Dhabī, and 'Omān, particularly in Dhufār.

  • February 21, 1971

    The Preparatory Conference of the League of Arabian Gulf Students in Beirut

    Report on a conference of Gulf students and their statement regarding independence efforts in the Arabian Gulf.

  • May 16, 1971

    The Popular Front for the Liberation of the Gulf

    Internal communications of the Popular Front for the Liberation of the Gulf includes a list of new members and a decision to escalate the armed conflict on the Jebel Akhḍar mountain.

  • June 07, 1971

    Study by the Bureau of the Science and Economics Institute at the Science Academy in the Soviet Union

    A Soviet report on British and American involvement in the Arab Gulf under the guise of capital investments and prospects for the Dhofar revolution.

  • September, 1980

    Transcript of a Meeting between Saddam and His Commanders Regarding the Iran-Iraq War

    This file contains a transcript of a conversation between President Saddam Hussein and top officials in the Iraqi Regime during the Iran-Iraq War. They discussed the Iranian air force and fighter planes, Israeli attempts to strike the Iraqi nuclear plant, and events on the front lines of the war.

  • September 27, 1980

    Telegram from the American Embassy in Muscat to the Secretary of State, 'Oman to give Iraq access to facilities for attack on Iran'

    In a telegram to the Secretary of State, Buck discusses the Omani decision to give Iraq access to facilities in order to attack Iran, and suggests that the United States must urge Oman to remain neutral in order to promote regional stability.

  • October 01, 1980

    Telegram from the American Embassy in Muscat to the Secretary of State, 'Discussion with Zawawi on Iraqi access to facilities for attack on Iran'

    Buck reports on a conversation with Zawawi on Oman's decision to support Iraq against Iran in the Iran-Iraq War.