• S. H. Steinberg
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On 14 Feb. 1958 Iraq was united with Jordan in the Arab Federation (see p. 806). For the history of Iraq from 1919 to 1957, see The Statesman’s Yeak-Book, 1957, pp. 1129–30.

al Mamlaka al ‘Isaqia


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