New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930. Octavo. Item #028972
xix, 387 pages. Index, unopened. A work that introduced the West in vivid detail of Arabia especially after the growth of Wahhabi Imperialism. HThe author shows the First Wahhabit Empire in its glory until it was crushed by the Egyptians. There was an interim period under Ibn Rashid but finally the Second Wahhabit Empire and the role of all the international governments who began to play a major role. Bound in maroon cloth, spine lettering gilt, corners bumped,some staining to upper board, previous owner's name in ink, internally clean and bright.