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Iraqi Revolution of 1958

Robert A. Fernea

Iraqi Revolution of 1958

The Old Social Classes Revisited

by Robert A. Fernea

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Published by I B Tauris & Co Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history: postwar, from c 1945 -,
  • Revolutions & coups,
  • c 1945 to c 1960,
  • c 1960 to c 1970,
  • c 1970 to c 1980,
  • c 1980 to c 1990,
  • Revolution, 1958,
  • Middle East - History,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Iraq,
  • Social classes,
  • Congresses,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsWilliam Roger Louis (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8967907M
    ISBN 101850433186
    ISBN 109781850433187

    Iraqi Revolution of both in the light of the opening of the British archives for and of Batatu’s analysis of the events surrounding the revolution. The title of the collection that resulted, edited by Robert Fernea and Roger Louis, The Iraqi Revolution of the Old Social Classes Revisited, published in .   The Iraqi Revolution of A Revolutionary Quest for Unity and Security, by Juan , MD and Plymouth, UK: University Press of America, pages. $ paper.

    This highly praised book explores the emergence of modern Iraq from the revolution in and concentrating on Saddam Husayn's rise to power and his consolidation as leader. The only political history of modern Iraq now available, it provides a critical 3/5(2). What about your third book, Iraq Since From Revolution to Dictatorship, by Marion Farouk-Sluglett and Peter Sluglett? This is a political as opposed to a social economic history of Iraq in the wake of the fall of the monarchy and the overthrow of the old .

    The British Government, Arab Nationalism and the Iraqi Revolution of   Full title reads: "Iraq Bombshell". Revolution in Iraq. CU King Feisal and his uncle, Crown Prince Abul Illah in coach. GV Elevated, coach in procession with streets lined with people. CU Prime.


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In the early hours of JIraqi military officers overthrew the British-installed Iraqi monarchy. The Free Officers coup initiated an era of military and subsequently Ba'thist rule that only ended with the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in Historians are at variance over the nature of what is called the Iraqi Revolution in the Arab :   This highly praised book explores the emergence of modern Iraq from the revolution in and concentrating on Saddam Husayn's rise to power and his consolidation as leader.

The only political history of modern Iraq now available, it provides a critical analysis of the Ba'thist regime which has ruled since Brand: Bloomsbury Academic. In the early hours of JIraqi military officers overthrew the British-installed Iraqi monarchy.

The Free Officers coup initiated an era of military and subsequently Ba'thist rule that only ended with the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq Iraqi Revolution of 1958 book Historians are at variance over the nature of what is called the Iraqi Revolution in the Arab world.

In a group of nationalist military officers overthrew the Iraqi monarchy and established a republican regime. This book assesses the social, political and economic consequences of that revolution, which led to the domination of the Ba'ath Party, and the tyranny of Saddam Hussein.3/5(1).

The Iraqi Revolution — of Inthe 14 July Revolution ended the thirty-seven-year Hashemite monarchy of Iraq in a coup d’état and established the Republic of Iraq.

The Free Officer group, led by General Abd al-Karim Qasim and his associate Colonel Abdul Salam Arif, was inspired by Pan-Arab nationalism and Nasser of Egypt’s overthrow of the Egyptian monarchy.

A conference was convened in to discuss the Iraqi revolution ofwith emphasis on Hanna Batatu's massive book on "The Old Social Classes." This volume includes the conference papers, and most of the authors make worthy contributions, especially Louis, Khalidi, Owen and Axelgard.

Batatu's own conclusions are especially interesting, including his rather optimistic assessment of Iraq's. the iraqi revolution of j a sociological interpretation a thesis submitted to the faculty of atlanta university in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of master of arts by khayrallah michael safar department of sociology atlanta, georgia august The Iraqi “Revolution” ofopened a new phase in Kurdish history in Iraq.

On 14 July‘Free Officers’ in Iraq staged a successful coup against the Hashemite monarchy which came to be called the “Iraqi Revolution of ” [12]. In a power struggle ensued among the free officers, Qasim emerged as the successful leader of the Iraqi Revolution.

Initially Qasim was on good terms with the Kurds. This highly praised book explores the emergence of modern Iraq from the revolution in and concentrating on Saddam Husayn's rise to power and his consolidation as leader. The only political history of modern Iraq now available, it provides a critical analysis of the Ba'thist regime which has ruled since "The Iraqi revolution of was a landmark in the history of the Middle East.

Only two years after the Suez Affair, when pan-Arab sentiments were riding high throughout the region, a group of nationalist officers of the Iraqi army overthrew the monarchy and esetablished a republican regime.

I read chapter 7, "Economy and Society since ," and chapter 8, "The War between Iraq and Iran." Another text full of economic tables, numbers, percentages, etc. And the authors are telling a similar story: the relative irrelevance of the state control by various political parties within Iraq compared to the dominant role of the oil industry /5.

The Iraqi Revolution of a Revolutionary Quest for Unity and Security. The International History Review: Vol. 35, No. 3, pp. Author: Charles Tripp. Expand/Collapse Synopsis In the early hours of JIraqi military officers overthrew the British-installed Iraqi monarchy.

The Free Officers coup initiated an era of military and subsequently Ba'thist rule that only ended with the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in Brand: UPA.

This highly praised book explores the emergence of modern Iraq from the revolution in and concentrating on Saddam Husayn's rise to power and his consolidation as leader. The only political history of modern Iraq now available, it provides a critical. In a group of nationalist military officers overthrew the Iraqi monarchy and established a republican regime.

This book assesses the social, political and economic consequences of that revolution, which led to the domination of the Ba'ath Party, and the tyranny of Saddam Hussein. Technically a military coup, the event of 14 July in Iraq has long been considered a revolution, due both to the immense popular support it received at the time and to the political and social changes it enacted, including an overthrow of the British-backed Hashemite monarchy and a land reform program that limited the power of the large landowning class.

The Iraqi revolution of [electronic resource]: a revolutionary quest for unity and security / Juan Romero. Main author: Romero, Juan. Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm) Format: eBook Online access: Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central.

Treating them chronologically, Juan Romero’s study The Iraqi Revolution of A Revolutionary Quest for Unity and Security is one of the first works to focus specifically on the Revolution, especially the causal factors leading up to it.

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Citation Page Alnasrawi, Abbas. The Economy of Iraq: Oil, Wars, Destruction of Development and. The Iraqi Revolution of The Old Social Classes Revisited. I.B. Tauris, Covering a wide range of political, socioeconomic, and cultural themes related to the revolution, each chapter of this collection engages in some way with Batatu’s work; the volume concludes with a response by Batatu.