London ; New York : Kegan Paul, 2005.
296 p. : maps ; 22 cm

Newly reissued, Lord of Arabia is the famous biography of Ibn Saud, King of Saudi Arabia, who continues to cst his shadow over the Middle East today. In this important study, the author reveals many of the family traditions and deeply-held principles that form the unwritten foundation of present-day Saudi Arabia and its neighbours. It ably recreates the King's life through key principal first-hand authorities, recording invaluable historical detail.

Lord of Arabia Ibn Saud : The intimate study of a king / by H.C. Armstrong.
Armstrong, H. C.
London ; New York : Kegan Paul, 2005.
953.8052 S2552a 23
Ibn Saʻūd, King of Saudi Arabia, 1880-1953.
Arabian Peninsula -- History.
Saudi Arabia -- Kings and rulers -- Biography.
296 p. : maps ; 22 cm