Agriculture and irrigation system in Fallujah 1958-1917


This paper deals with the agriculture sector in Fallujah after the British occupation in July 1917, examining the impact of the occupation agriculture production. The British contributed to the organization of irrigation canals in Saqlawiyah and eastern Fallujah, which they constructed for the purpose of irrigating the largest possible area of arable land. These methods were effective and resulted in food volumes that were sufficient to meet the need of the people of the city and thus help to ensure stability, security and community peace.

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