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But London ordered Cox not to issue his proclamation, and came out with its own proclamation asking Arab leaders to aid the British administration. At the same time, the Indian colonial government had different ideas. After all, they had been the prime movers behind Mesopotamia in the first place. The British government in India wanted this new area placed under its direct control. This power struggle led to the creation of the Mesopotamian Administration Committee, under the leadership of Lord Curzon. Its main task was to determine who would govern the Basra and Baghdad provinces. Its ruling was a British, not Anglo-Indian, administration for Basra and an Arab authority for Baghdad.

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>But London ordered Cox not to issue his proclamation, and came out with its own proclamation asking Arab leaders to aid the British administration.* ⇒しかし、ロンドン当局はコックスにその宣言を出さないよう命じて、アラブの指導者たちに英国政権を援助してくれるよう依頼した。* *この部分は、前回分の最後の文です。 >At the same time, the Indian colonial government had different ideas. After all, they had been the prime movers behind Mesopotamia in the first place. The British government in India wanted this new area placed under its direct control. ⇒同時に、インド植民地の政府としては、違う考えを持っていた。結局のところ、彼らがメソポタミアの背後にある第一の原動力であった。(ゆえに)インドの英国政府は、この新しい地域が直接自己の支配下に置かれることを望んだ。 >This power struggle led to the creation of the Mesopotamian Administration Committee, under the leadership of Lord Curzon. Its main task was to determine who would govern the Basra and Baghdad provinces. Its ruling was a British, not Anglo-Indian, administration for Basra and an Arab authority for Baghdad. ⇒この権力闘争は、カーズン卿の指揮の下で「メソポタミア政府委員会」の創設につながった。その主要な仕事は、誰がバスラおよびバグダッド地方を支配するかについて決定することであった。(すなわち)それは、英印のではなく、英国の所有する、バスラに対する管理権とバグダッドに対するアラブ権限の判決であった。

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