Hamad Ibn Isa Al Khalifa (1872–1942) - Titles

Titles

  • 1872-1921: Sheikh Hamad bin 'Isa al-Khalifa
  • 1921-1923: Sheikh Hamad bin 'Isa al-Khalifa, CSI
  • 1923-1932: Sheikh Hamad bin 'Isa al-Khalifa, Deputy Ruler of Bahrain, CSI
  • 1932-1935: His Highness Sheikh Hamad bin 'Isa al-Khalifa, Ruler of Bahrain, CSI
  • 1935-1942: His Highness Sheikh Sir Hamad bin 'Isa al-Khalifa, Ruler of Bahrain, KCIE, CSI

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