Invasion Kuwait: An English Woman's Tale

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Bloomsbury Academic, Dec 31, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 217 pages
In the form of a journal, this book tells the story of the author's experiences in Kuwait during the Iraqi invasion. Jehan Rajab chronicles her fight to preserve normality in the face of persecution and to save the Tareq Rajab Museum, her workplace, from destruction.

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About the author (1995)

Jehan S. Rajab was born in Brazil, educated in Gibraltar and Britain, is married to a distinguished Kuwaiti, and has lived in Kuwait for over thirty years. She is a specialist in costume and silver folk jewellery from the Arab world, in particular from the Gulf and Levant. She is involved in running the Tareq Rajab Museum and the New English School in Kuwait.

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