Some articles on chief political resident:
... In 1893 and again in 1893-94, he was Chief political resident of the Persian Gulf (for Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, and the Trucial States) ... Diplomatic posts Preceded by Stuart Godfrey Chief political resident of the Persian Gulf 1893 Succeeded by James Crawford Preceded by James Crawford Chief political resident of the Persian Gulf 1893–1894 Succeeded ...
... Prime Minister - Lynden Pindling, Prime Minister of the Bahama Islands (1967–1992) Bahrain Chief Political Resident - Sir Stewart Crawford, Chief political resident of the Persian Gulf (1966 ...
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