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Manah

An Omani Oasis, an Arabian Legacy Architecture and Social History of an Omani Settlement

Soumyen Bandyopadhyay

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ISBN: 9781846311215

Publication: July 13, 2011

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This beautifully illustrated volume explores the architectural features and urban character of Harat al-Bilad, the principal settlement of Manah, an important oasis of central Oman. Originally a frontier settlement, Harat al-Bilad straddles the boundary between the foothills of the Green Mountains and the desert foreland and has long played an important role in the historical and cultural development of the region. Like its geographical namesake, Manah crosses and defies boundaries—and will be of interest to a wide range of readers, including historians, architects, archaeologists, conservationists, and policy makers.

Soumyen Bandyopadhyay is a Professor in Architecture at Nottingham Trent University.

Introduction Growing Tensions: Japan, China, and the United States Pearl Harbor Japanese Conquests, Allied Defeats, 1941-1942 Turning Points at Sea, 1942: Coral Sea and Midway Turning the Tide on Land, 1942: Guadalcanal and New Guinea Wartime Life in Occupied Asia and the Pacific Home Fronts: Japan, the United States, and Australia The Prisoner-of-War Experience Allied Offensive, 1943-45 Hiroshima and the Defeat of Japan Surrender Legacies: The Significance of the Pacific War

Format: Hardback

Size: 297 x 297 mm

352 Pages

ISBN: 9781846311215

Publication: July 13, 2011

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