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Baghdadi, Abdel-Latif

Born: 1917 AD
Died: 1999 AD

Egyptian air force officer and politician.


1951 – He helped depose Farouk I.


1952 – Member of the Free Officers movement that ousted the Egyptian monarchy.


1953 – Baghdadi presided over the court that tried pre-revolutionary politicians.


1953-1954 – Served as Egyptian war minister.


        – Junior vice president of the United Arab Republic.


1961-1962 – He was minister of planning and finance.


1962-1964 – Served on the Presidency Council, an executive body within the government.


Withdrew from government over policy differences with Nasser.