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Hussein of Jordan.

Gerald Sparrow

Hussein of Jordan.

by Gerald Sparrow

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Published by G. G. Harrap in London .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Hussein, King of Jordan, 1935-

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS154.52.H8 S6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination159 p.
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5818156M
    LC Control Number61003357
    OCLC/WorldCa1632383

    Queen Alia Al-Hussein: Hussein was married to Queen Alia Al-Hussein from until her death in a helicopter crash in Jordan in The couple had three children, including one adopted ://   Philip Robins' survey of the political history of Jordan begins in the Mandate years, and follows events to the present. At the beginning of King Hussein's rule, the prospects for King and country looked grim. However, both survived a variety of challenges and, in the s and s, Jordan emerged as an apparently prosperous  › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Politics & Government.

      Raiyah Bint Hussein was born with a golden spoon in his mouth. Raiyah is the princess of Jordan. Raiyah Bint Hussein was born on February 9, , in Amman Jordan. She is among the four children born to Hussein bin Talal and his wife, Lisa Halaby. Her father was the king of Jordan, and her mother is the queen of ://   Princess Raiyah of Jordan and her royal wedding. It was the first wedding of a royal member in Jordan since the coronavirus broke loose on this planet. Princess Raiyah of Jordon wed her beau British journalist Ned Donovan this Tuesday 7 July Princess Raiyah’s real name is Raiyah bint ://

    A towering figure in the history of Jordan, King Hussein reigned for nearly half a century, from his grandfather’s assassination in to his own death in In this fascinating biography, Nigel Ashton recounts the eventful life of the king who not only survived but flourished amidst crisis after crisis as ruler of a poor desert nation surrounded by powerful and hostile neighbors ?language=en. A towering figure in the history of Jordan, King Hussein reigned for nearly half a century, from his grandfather's assassination in to his own death in In this fascinating biography, Nigel Ashton recounts the eventful life of the king who not only survived but flourished amidst crisis after crisis as ruler of a poor desert nation surrounded by powerful and hostile ://?id=TxACS5YHHuIC.


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The two books that written by king Hussein himself stopped after the s but this book go beyond this period until the last days of the king. I am very proud that we had a man like him, that kept Jordan safe in difficult times while other failed. The book is long   This book illuminates the private man, his key relationships, and his achievements and disappointments as a central player in the tough world of Middle Eastern politics.

Ashton has had unique access to King Hussein’s private papers, including his secret correspondence with U.S., British, and Israeli leaders, and he has also conducted numerous   The two books that written by king Hussein himself stopped after the s but this book go beyond this period until the last days of the king.

I am very proud that we had a man like him, that kept Jordan safe in difficult times while other failed. The book is long and you don't want to put  › Books › Biographies & Memoirs › Historical.

The Hussein of Jordan book is a photographic journey and tribute to one of the 20th century's towering figures. Published in English and Arabic, the Hussein of Jordan book reflects the late King’s profound faith, pride in his beloved Jordan, and his shared commitment with those who walked the arduous road of ?pager=end&task=view&type=content&pageid= King Hussein bin Talal () (Arabic:الحسين بن طلال) His Majesty King Hussein bin Talal, the father of modern Jordan, will always be remembered as a leader who guided his country through strife and turmoil to become an oasis of peace, stability and moderation in the Middle East.

Among Jordanians, his memory is cherished as the inspiration for Jordan's climate of openness Buy King Hussein of Jordan: A Political Life 1 by Ashton, Nigel (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible :// I looked up this book because I was interested to know what has happened to the house of Hashims, or Bani Hashim, the descendants of the Prophet Muhammad after Mecca was taken by the house of Saud.

This is an autobiography of King Hussein 1 of :// Buy Lion of Jordan: The Life of King Hussein in War and Peace by Shlaim, Avi (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible ://   I think Avi Shlaim did a superb job, providing very balanced and informative account of the history of Jordan in general and the life of King Hussein in particular.

I found the book slightly boring in the beginning, but then, somewhere around the Olso accord, the book became a ://   King Hussein of Jordan: A Political Life - Kindle edition by Ashton, Nigel. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

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In saying that I knew the history of his family, Hussein was most probably referring to my controversial book Collusion Across the Jordan: King Abdullah, the Zionist Movement, and the   By being there to write the stories of Jordan and the region, she has shaped history as much as she has revealed it.

In her profession, Randa Habib is a star."Paul McGeough, author of Kill Khalid. In Januarya newswire shocked Jordan. King Hussein announced that it was not his brother Hassan that would succeed him, but his son  › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Politics & Government.

King Hussein of Jordan ascended the throne inat the age of seventeen. He inherited a country that was riven with instability; the entire Middle East was in disarray following the war and the creation of Israel, and across the region traditional regimes were being overthrown by Get this from a library.

From Abdullah to Hussein: Jordan in transition. [Robert B Satloff] -- This book examines the most turbulent period in the history of Jordan's ruling house, the six years following the assassination of the kingdom's founder, Abdullah ().

Those years witnessed Get this from a library. King Hussein of Jordan: a political life. [Nigel John Ashton] -- A towering figure, King Hussein reigned for nearly half a century, from his grandfather's assassination in to his own death in In this biography, Nigel Ashton recounts the eventful life of Hussein walked a fine line during and after the events leading to Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait and the Gulf War of While remaining sympathetic to Iraq brought popular domestic support for the king, the war cost Jordan dearly economically, as more thanPalestinians expelled from states in the Gulf region moved into :// Three months short of his seventeenth birthday, Hussein bin Talal became King of Jordan, turbulent and conflict-ridden centre of the Arab world.

Political historian and Arabist James Lunt portrays the charisma, moderation and magnanimity of one of the most influential Arab statesmen of ://   Hussein bin Talal (Arabic: الحسين بن طلال‎, Al-Ḥusayn ibn Ṭalāl; 14 November – 7 February ) was the King of Jordan from 11 August until his death on 7 February He died of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, aged [1]   Hussein of Jordan, HM King.

My War with IsraelLondon, In describing this explosive book, the critic for the distinguished French newspaper L’Aurore wrote: "Hussein tells all, absolutely all, even what is not to the glory of the Arabs." And indeed he does.

With extraordinary candor, the King of Jordan, the only modern head of state to Hussein of Jordan by Gerald Sparrow (Book) Hussein of Jordan: a political biography by James Lunt (Book) King Hussein and the evolution of Jordan's perception of a political settlement with Israel, by Joseph Nevo (Book).

From left, King Hussein of Jordan, his wife Queen Alia-al-Hussein, First Lady Betty Ford, and President Gerald Ford during one of Hussein’s many visits to the White House, Ma Photo Credit: Universal History Archive/Getty Images By David Kurlander King Hussein’s political destiny took a number of sharp turns in the early s.

After [ ]Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sparrow, Gerald, Hussein of Jordan. London, G.G. Harrap [] (OCoLC) Online version: Sparrow, Gerald, Hussein Ibn Tala was king of Jordan. He was born Novem There was no mention of this death in this book due to the time frame in which the book was written.

but he is now deceased. He was educated first at Victorian College in Alexandria, ://