Arab Army

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Arab Army
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Soldiers of the Arab Army in northern Yanbu carrying the Flag of the Arab Revolt.
Country Kingdom of Hejaz
AllegianceHussein bin Ali

The Arab Army (Arabic: الجيش العربي) also known as the Hejazi army was an Arabian military force established by the Kingdom of Hejaz to support the Arab Revolt and bring about Arab unification in the Middle East.[1] It was led by the King of Hejaz, Hussein bin Ali, who was proclaimed "Sultan of the Arabs" in 1916.[2]

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  1. ^ Marshall Cavendish Corporation. History of World War I, Volume 1. Marshall Cavendish Corporation, 2002. Pp. 255
  2. ^ Marshall Cavendish Corporation. History of World War I, Volume 1. Marshall Cavendish Corporation, 2002. Pp. 255.