1939 – Abdullah was born to a prominent religious family in Kepala Batas, Penang on November 26, 1939. 1964 – He received a Bachelor of Arts in Islamic Studies from the University of Malaya, having originally wished to pursue a degree in Economics but failing to meet the required standard after failing his statistics paper. ..
1882 – Born in the family of Hashemite Husayn Ibn Ali. 1918 – He moved his forces from Hejaz towards Syria to liberate Syria and dislodge the French from Damascus, where his brother was proclaimed King. 1923 – He embarked on negotiations with the British to gain independence, resulting in the announcement of ..
1875 – Born on the 24th of November into an ex-samurai family in Kanazawa city, Ishikawa Prefecture. 1930 – He was appointed commander of the 4th Infantry Division on the 22nd of December. – He served as instructor in the Army War College followed by chief of the Military Affairs Bureau and ..
1962 – Abdullah was born in Amman to King Hussein and Princess Muna al-Hussein on January 30, 1962. 1970 – As a young man, the king attended the Islamic Educational College in the Jordanian capital for his primary education, later attending St. Edmund’s School (Hindhead) in Surrey, England. Abdullah subsequently attended Eaglebrook School and Deerfield ..
1954 – Born in Nagato on the 21st of September. 1977 – He studied and graduated with a degree in political science at Seikei University. He later moved to the United States to study political science at the University of Southern California, though he received no degree. 1979 – Abe began working for Kobe Steel. ..
1924 – Born on the 1st of August in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1963 – He was given the position of Commander of the Saudi Arabian National Guard in August. 1975 – He was in the position of Second Deputy Prime Minister in March. 1982 – He was in the position of First Deputy Prime Minister ..
1784 – Born on 28th of January in Edinburgh. 1852-1855 – Prime minister of Britain through most of the CRIMEAN WAR. 1828-1846 – He served twice as foreign secretary. – Succeeded in the settling of two boundary disputes with the United States by the Webster Ashburton and Oregon treaties. 1854 – As prime minister, ..
1823 – Born in the house of Mahmud II on April 23. 1839 – Succeeded his father Mahmud II on July 2. His reign was notable for the rise of nationalist movements within the empire’s territories. Abdulmecid I wanted to encourage Ottomanism among the secessionist subject nations and stop the rise of nationalist movements within ..
1878 – Born on the 30th of December in Kippen, Ontario. 1902 – He married Jessie Flatt, with whom he had two daughters. 1905 – He taught public school in several areas in Southern Ontario, including Wingham and Brantford, and was appointed Principal of Brantford Central Public School. 1910 – He accepted a position ..
1895 – Born Tunku Abdul Rahman at Istana Lama, Seri Menanti, he was the second son of Tuanku Muhammad Shah ibni Almarhum Tuanku Antah on August 24, 1895. 1917 – On the death of his elder brother, Tunku Abdul Aziz, he was groomed as heir to the throne and qualified as a barrister in London. ..