Report about the Situation in Jordan
Full report on the political situation in Jordan, covering subjects including: King Abdullah's political status in Jordan, English involvement in Jordan and Syria, Jordanian ministries, Gaza, Jordanian-Israeli relations, Palestinian-Jordanians.
March 27, 1949
Report to HE the Director of the Sûreté Générale, Emir Farid Chehab, 'Some Information about the Situation in Iraq and Amman'
Letter to Emir Chehab regarding the political situation in Iraq and Communism in Iraq.
May 10, 1950
The Political Situation in Jordan
Report on an agreement between King 'Abdullah of Jordan and England regarding the greater Syria project.
The Economic Rivalry between Britain and America
Economic rivalry between Britain and the US over Jordan intensifies through economic means and the press, with the outcome unknown.
A British Plan against Saudi Arabia
Report from Basra of a British plan regarding the Hijaz and Jordanian and Palestinian territories.
March 11, 1956
Untitled report on the expulsion of Glubb Pasha from Jordan
King Hussein's dismissal of Glubb may strengthen prospects for the Jordanian Army, and Chehab lists reasons for Glubb's expulsion.
April 02, 1956
Political Activities in Jordan
Report on political unrest in Jordan due to fears that the British will attempt to re-assert their influence in the wake of Glubb Pasha's dismissal; includes details of a secret meeting between members of the Jordanian National Socialist Party and other Jordanian political parties and their requests.
April 21, 1956
Report on covert American attempts to eliminate British influence from Jordanian politics.
April 21, 1956
King Hussein’s Visit to Damascus (Its Results)
Jordanian leaders visit Damascus, yielding stronger ties that Jordan hopes will be useful in a future clash with the Israelis.