Aden

What is Aden known for?


long made

'' and HMS ''Achilles'' (HMNZS Achilles (70)), joined by HMS ''Exeter'' (HMS Exeter (68)) from Force G. Monsoons long made the archipelago inaccessible from June to September each year. However, in July 1999, a new airport opened Socotra to the outside world year round, with both Yemen Airways and Felix Airways providing flights once a week to Aden and everyday to Sana'a. All flights stop at Riyan-Mukalla Airport (Riyan Airport) (ICAO code "RIY"). Socotra Island


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of the British Military Intelligence Department was his first controller and taught him the finer arts of espionage. In 1916 he became officiating Revenue Commissioner for Occupied Territories. Meanwhile, at Cambridge, Philby's son, Kim, was being recruited by the OGPU of the Soviet Union. In recent years the theory has been propounded that Kim was recruited in particular to spy on his father, who had such powerful influence over the founder of the Saudi state and its connections with Britain and with American oil interests. By 1934, in an effort to safeguard the port of Aden, Britain had no fewer than 1,400 "peace treaties" with the various tribal rulers of the hinterlands of what became Yemen. Philby undermined British influence in the region, however, by facilitating the entry of United States commercial interests, followed by a political alliance between the United States and the Saud dynasty. commons:Aden


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at Mareb and other places in Yemen and the Hadhramaut make it clear that both the Himyar and the Sabean (Sabaeans) cultures were well capable of it. Thus, watch towers, since destroyed, are possible. However, the Arab historians Ibn al Mojawir and Abu Makhramah attribute the first fortification of Aden to Beni Zuree'a. Abu Makhramah has also included a detailed biography of Muhammad Azim Sultan Qamarbandi Naqsh in his work, Tarikh ul-Yemen. The aim seems to have been twofold: to keep hostile


commercial connection

arrived in the Far East. She patrolled the Korean coast with Task Force 77 until 14 January 1954 when she resumed her cruise via Hong Kong, Singapore, Colombo, Aden, Saudi Arabia, Suez Canal, visited Port Said, Naples, Barcelona, Lisbon, Bermuda, and arrived Fall River, Massachusetts, on 10 March 1954. The Indian commercial connection with South East Asia proved vital to the merchants of Arabia and Persia between 7-8 century CE. ref name Donkin1 >


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created an index for this time period which covers about 35,000 individuals. This included about 350 "prominent people," among them Maimonides and his son Abraham (Avraham son of Rambam), 200 "better known families", and mentions of 450 professions and 450 goods. He identified material from Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria (but not Damascus or Aleppo), Tunisia, Sicily, and even covering trade with India. Cities mentioned range from


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in 1970, where it returned in 1985. Stationed at Hobart Barracks, Detmold from 1977 to 1983 as part of 4th Armoured Division. During the 70s and 80s the regiment was in Canada every year training for the impending Russian invasion but also undertook a number of tours of Northern Ireland. History The regiment moved to Aden in 1961, reroling as an armoured reconnaissance regiment and after serving there against insurgents for almost a year, sailed on the SS ''Oxfordshire'' to the newly-independent nation of Malaysia. It was based in Ipoh, Malaysia from October 1962, and saw limited action against Indonesian insurgents, seeing service in Brunei and Sarawak on jungle operations during the Indonesian confrontation (Konfrontasi), and in Singapore as part of the Internal Security Forces. Returning to West Germany in 1964 the regiment was based in Wolfenbüttel, near the East German (East Germany) border as part of NATO forward defences. Further deployments were: AB Aden to Mumbai November 1942 ABF Aden to Mumbai AJ Aden to Colombo AK Aden to Kilindini Harbour AKD Aden to Durban via Kilindini Harbour September 1943 AP Aden to Persian Gulf Late 1942 DKA Durban to Aden via Kilindini Harbour MC Aden to Cape Town via Kilindini Harbour and Durban Inter-war period On 24 May, she stood out of New York harbor for her shakedown cruise in the Mediterranean Sea. On 14 August, while in transit from Port Said, Egypt, to Aden, Arabia, she was ordered to Bushire, Persia (Iran). She arrived on the 25th and took onboard the remains of Vice Consul Robert Imbrie (Robert Whitney Imbrie). She received and returned the gun salute to the late vice consul and departed the same day. Following stops at Suez and Port Said, Egypt; and at Villefranche (Villefranche-sur-Mer), France; ''Trenton'' arrived at the Washington Navy Yard on 29 September. Mohammed was a member of the National Front, ar. الجبهة القومية (National Liberation Front (Yemen)) (NF) as well as the Yemeni Socialist Party (YSP - الحزب الاشتراكي اليمني ) after the YSP was formed from the UPONF in October 1978. During the 1994 Civil War in Yemen, he pushed his supporters to operate alongside the forces of Sana'a government and against the recently re-established Democratic Republic of Yemen, seeking revenge for his ouster. The southern secession was repressed in July 1994 after the surrender of Aden and Mukalla strongholds. thumb The Iwakura mission (Image:IwakuraMissionPresidentThiers1873.JPG) visiting the French President Thiers (Adolphe Thiers) on December 26, 1872. The Iwakura Embassy to the USA and Europe 1871-1873, Kume Kunitake, p.226-227 On December 23, 1871 the mission sailed from Yokohama on the commons:Aden


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to fly their first jet fighters and later instruct on Vampires, converting later to the Hunter and joined 222 Squadron at Leuchars. During the Suez crisis he again operated as a Forward Ground Controller and landed on the beaches with 40 Commando. the Indonesian Confrontation


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), Yangon (Burma), Jakarta, Medan (Indonesia) and Perth (Perth, Western Australia) (Australia). *1985 – A passenger train plunges into a ravine in Ethiopia, killing 428 in the worst railroad disaster in Africa. *1986 – A month-long violent struggle begins in Aden, South Yemen (Aden) between supporters of Ali Nasir Muhammad and Abdul Fattah Ismail, resulting in thousands of casualties. *1990 – Douglas Wilder

1880) and until 1919 ten native British Agents, one of whom served two non-consecutive terms. - 1986 – A month-long violent struggle began in Aden, '''South Yemen''', between supporters of President (President of People's Democratic Republic of Yemen) Ali Nasir Muhammad and his predecessor Abdul Fattah Ismail, resulting in thousands of casualties. date is given in Modern history of Yemen, but is uncited - 1839 – The Royal Marines landed at ''' Aden


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vampires

to fly their first jet fighters and later instruct on Vampires, converting later to the Hunter and joined 222 Squadron at Leuchars. During the Suez crisis he again operated as a Forward Ground Controller and landed on the beaches with 40 Commando. the Indonesian Confrontation

Aden

'''Aden''' ( east of Bab-el-Mandeb. Its population is approximately 800,000 people. Aden's ancient, natural harbour lies in the crater of a dormant volcano which now forms a peninsula, joined to the mainland by a low isthmus. This harbour, ''Front Bay'', was first used by the ancient Kingdom of Awsan between the 5th and 7th centuries BC. The modern harbour is on the other side of the peninsula.

Aden consists of a number of distinct sub-centres: Crater (Crater (Yemen)), the original port city; Ma'alla, the modern port; Tawahi (Tawahi (Aden)), known as "Steamer Point" in the colonial period; and the resorts of Gold Mohur. Khormaksar, located on the isthmus that connects Aden proper with the mainland, includes the city's diplomatic missions, the main offices of Aden University, and Aden International Airport (the former British Royal Air Force station RAF Khormaksar), Yemen's second biggest airport. On the mainland are the sub-centres of Sheikh Othman, a former oasis area; Al-Mansura (Al-Mansoura (Aden)), a town planned by the British; and Madinat ash-Sha'b (formerly Madinat al-Itihad), the site designated as the capital of the South Arabian Federation and now home to a large power desalinization facility and additional faculties of Aden University.

Aden encloses the eastern side of a vast, natural harbour that comprises the modern port. The volcanic peninsula of Little Aden forms a near-mirror image, enclosing the harbour and port on the western side. Little Aden became the site of the oil refinery and tanker port. Both were established and operated by British Petroleum (BP) until they were turned over to Yemeni government ownership and control in 1977.

Aden was the capital of the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen until that country's unification with the Yemen Arab Republic. On that occasion, the city was declared a free trade zone. Aden gives its name to the Gulf of Aden.

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