Feisal II


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Feisal II

n
(Biography) a variant spelling of Faisal II
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Iraqi Colonel Adem-Kareem Qassim (who toppled the Iraqi monarchy of King Feisal II in 1958) established Radio Free Damascus in 1959 to undermine the Syrian part of the union with Egypt.
A few previously unseen pictures and commemorations of the last king of Iraq, Feisal II, can be seen on shop walls.
In addition, the different currents that undermined the Iraqi monarchy of Feisal I and his dynasty to Feisal II would lead to the Arab world's first military coup d'etat and bring such external players as Nazi Germany, the Vichy French, and the British in World War II.