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Dr. Michael S. Neiberg

Sir Henry McMahon, British High Commissioner

New York University Press

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New York University Press

Background Information

Employment History

Today

Potomac Books , Inc.

Professor of History

U.S. Army War College

Professor of History

U.S. Air Force Academy

Affiliations

Military Historian
University of Southern Mississippi

Board of Trustees Member
Society for Military History

Board Member
First World War Studies

AIHE Historian
November

Leading Historian
World War I

Historian
Stanford University Libraries

Army Historian
Combat Studies Institute

Education

Ph.D.

History

Carnegie-Mellon University

PhD candidate

University of Southern Mississippi

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I.P.O. ONLINE PUBLICATIONS, Vienna, Austria, 2011 -- Hans Koechler:  "The Evolution of the Palestine Problem and the Status of Jerusalem: Force of Law or Law of Force?" -- Lecture delivered at the International Conference on Jerusalem, organized by the Le

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[16] Quoted according to Michael S. Neiberg (ed.), The World War I Reader: Primary and Secondary Sources . New York/London: New York University Press, 2007, Chapter 6.2: "British Diplomacy - The Hussein-McMahon Letters" / "Sir Henry McMahon, British High Commissioner in Cairo, to Hussein Ibn Ali, the Sherif of Mecca," p. 335 (paragraph 1 of the assurances).


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Chinese Labour Corps - British Army - World War I

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Review by Michael Neiberg (US Army War College)


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Michael Neiberg Michael S. Neiberg is professor of history in the department of national security and strategy at the United States Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.


WWI Historical Association – The Tomlinson Book Prize

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Other panel members are Dr. Michael Neiberg, Professor at the US Army War College, and Graydon A. Tunstall, Senior Lecturer University of South Florida.

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