The Federation of South Arabia is a British Commonwealth state situated on the Southern end of the Arabian Peninsula.
Following the fall of the United Kingdom the various British colonies and protectorates in southern Arabia were federated into a single state in an attempt to establish stability in the region. In order to ensure the support of the local Arab population the British exiles installed T. E. Lawrence as the state's first Governor General, owing to his role in the Arab Revolt earning him much support amongst Arabs.
Owing to initial instability in the Federation no elections could be held before the outbreak of the Second World War so the first elections to the Federal Assembly could not be held until 1946.
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