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Palestine, Jordan and Iraq came under British rule as League of Nations mandates; Saudi Arabia became independent.

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Actually, Saudi Arabia was not created at that time. King Abdulaziz bin Saud (Creator of SA) was in a military/ideological quest to unite what is now known as Saudi Arabia. Along the way, he defeated Ottoman Empire troops along the eastern shores and Ottoman supported tribes in the north. In the west (where Mecca is) he was victorious against Ottoman allies "The Ashraf".

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Q: How did the breakup of the Ottoman Empire affect Jordan Iraq Saudi Arabia and Palestine?
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