Gaylani

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Rashid Ali Al-Gaylani - Political Career - Persia, Germany, and Saudi Arabia
... Gaylani was not to stay long in Persia ... Gaylani now fled to Nazi occupied Europe ... Upon the defeat of Germany, Gaylani again fled and found refuge, this time in Saudi Arabia ...
Rashid Ali Al-Gaylani - Political Career - Anglo-Iraqi War
... On 29 May, fearing a British onslaught, Gaylani fled to Persia ... Before he left Baghdad, Gaylani contacted Mulla Effendi and informed him that he had chosen his house as a safe haven for the Royal family to stay until ... against Jews took place in Baghdad by the hands of former Gaylani's supporters ...
Ba'athism - History
... issue of the 1941 coup d'etat by Rashid Ali al-Gaylani and the subsequent Anglo–Iraqi War ... Aflaq's movement supported al-Gaylani's government and the Iraqi government's war against the British, and organized volunteers to go to Iraq and fight for the Iraqi government ... However, Arsuzi opposed al-Gaylani's government, considering the coup to be poorly-planned and a failure ...
Rashid Ali Al-Gaylani - Political Career - 1941 Iraqi Coup D'état
... Meanwhile, news of British victories against Italian forces in North Africa dulled support for Gaylani's government, and, on 31 January 1941, under ... Together with the members of the Golden Square, Gaylani made plans to assassinate Regent Abdul-Illah and seize power ... On April 1, the coup d'état was launched and on April 3, Gaylani returned to power as Prime Minister and his "National Defence Government" replaced the government of the Regent ...
Party Of National Brotherhood - Governments
... as Party of National Brotherhood were Rashid Ali al-Gaylani, March 20, 1933-November 9, 1933 Yasin al-Hashimi, March 17, 1935-October 30, 1936 (partnership ...