A line in the sand, by James Barr

James Barr’s A Line in the Sand: Britain, France and the Struggle That Shaped the Middle East is here reviewed by Ibrahim Hewitt in an interview by Stephen Sizer


Other reviews of James Barr’s book include:

Max Hastings in the Sunday Times

‘The Anglo-French carve-up of the Middle East in 1916 was a ‘pernicious folly’ that led to a century of conflict’

Barnaby Rogerson in the Independent

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