"THE MOSUL QUESTION" ANGLO-TURKISH DISPUTE OVER MOSUL-KURDISTAN, 1923
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This booklet discusses “The Mosul Question” which was a Kurdish territorial dispute in the 1920s century between Turkey and the United Kingdom over the possession of the Province (Vilayet) of Mosul.in the Autonom Kurdistan Principality in former Ottoman empire.
The Mosul Vilayet was part of the Ottoman Empire until the end of World War I, when it was occupied by Britain to be re-built as a satelite state 1922, the so called new Turkish Republic considered Mosul to be one of the crucial issues determined in the National Pact. Despite constant resistance, Britain managed to bring the issue into the international arena, scaling it down to a frontier problem between Turkey and the another new builded satelite state: Iraq.
The League of Nations Council appointed an investigative commission to examine the dispute.
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