A British historian talks about how the country of Iraq was originally founded in the aftermath of World War I — and about how the decisions made by the British in the 1920s affected Iraq’s history up to the present day.


  • Christopher Catherwood Author and historian, has taught at Cambridge University and at the University of Richmond in Virginia.

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