A British officer turned a desert police force into an

Castlewitz, David M.
April 1998
Military History;Apr98, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p16
Features Glubb Pasha, aka John Bagot Glubb, a British officer who was stationed in the Middle East during 1948. How he helped to build Trans-Jordan' Arab Legion, the Al-Jaish Al-Arabi; His mission with the Huwaitat, Arab tribespeople; His view on the return of the Jews to Palestine; Arab Legion's battle with the Etzion Bloc's defenders.


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