The Colony of Aden
David Harrington has created an excellent web site relating
to his time in Aden from 1961 to 1966. David worked for the Marconi
International Marine company.
The ADEN DINNER CLUB
The Aden Dinner Club
was formed on 14th September 1949. It provides, through an
annual newsletter and an annual gathering (usually in London), a means by
which those who have lived or worked in any capacity in the old Colony and
Protectorate of Aden, or in the modern Yemen Republic, may remain in touch
and have news both of former colleagues and of current events in the area.
Yemeni Society. The society was
created to advance public knowledge in Britain about the Republic of Yemen,
its history, geography, economy and culture.
School Web site
for former Khormaksar school pupils
Aden Radio .
Transmitting International and Local news each day in English
site detailing the history and operations of Aden Airways and life in Aden
Patrick Syder Travel
U.K. Tour company
offering an Escorted Tour to Yemen and other Middle Eastern
- Tourist guide to Yemen
- Local and National News
and National News
Site run by the Yemen
Internet news from Yemen
- Internet news from Yemen
Yemen News Agency
- Saba Internet news
"An open door to the Arab world"
Extensive links to resources about the country including news, travel, maps
and the people.
- Web magazine about Yemen
British Foreign and
Travel advice for Yemen
Department of State
Travel advice for Yemen from
the US Government.
Links to the regiments stationed in Aden.
to the LAPA and Isthmus Schools
Direct flights from London To Aden each Wednesday
Port Of Aden
Website detailing the history and services available at the
port. Good panoramic view of the port from Shamsam
"The Last Sunset" by Steven Harper
"Having been a Soldier" by Colonel Colin
(Mad Mitch) Mitchell
"An Element of Luck" by Michael Crouch
"Standing on Shamsan" by Garry Kilworth.
"The View from Steamer Point" by Charles Johnston
- The Unknown Arabia" by Tim
in Dictionary Land " by Tim Mackintosh Smith
A History of Arabia Felix or Yemen, including an account of Aden.
Written by Captain R.L. Playfair. Published in 1859. " In a PDF
format . Click on the title for the link.
The English Sheikh and the Arab Gentlemen
Bader Ben Hirsi born and bred
in London travels through Yemen with Tim Mackintosh-Smith, a resident of
Yemen since the 80's