On 14 July 1958 the Republic of Iraq was declared by a group of Army officers, after an armed coup d’état in which the reigning King Faisal II and his uncle, the ex-Regent the Emir Abdul Illah, and the Prime Minister, Nuri al Said, lost their lives.
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
Books of Reference
- International Bank Mission; The Economic Development of Iraq. Johns Hopkins Univ., 1962Google Scholar
- Iraq: Overseas Economic Survey. H.M.S.O., 1953Google Scholar
- Clark, V., Compulsory Education in Iraq. Paris, 1951Google Scholar
- Field, H., Arabs of Central Iraq: Their History, Ethnology and Physical Characters. Chicago, 1935Google Scholar
- Iversen, C., Report on Monetary Policy in Irac. Copenhagen, 1954Google Scholar
- Khadduri, M., Independent Iraq since 1932. London, 1951Google Scholar
- Lloyd, Seton, Twin Rivers: A brief History of Iraq from the earliest times to the present day. 2nd ed. Oxford, 1947Google Scholar
- Longrigg, S. and Stoakes, F., Iraq. London, 1959Google Scholar
- Oppenheim, Max Freiherr von, Die Beduinen. Vol. I: Die Beduinenstämme in Mesopotamien und Syrien. Leipzig, 1939Google Scholar