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1218 – He was born and the son of Valdemar II. 1232 – He was a Duke of Schleswig before he became king. 1250 – He was succeeded to the throne on the 1st of November, after the death of his brother Eric IV. 1252 – He was killed in battle on the 29th of ..

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1847 – Hamilton-Gordon was born on August 3, 1847 in Edinburgh, the third son of the 5th Earl of Aberdeen. 1870 – Following his education at St Andrews and Oxford, he succeeded on his eldest brother’s death to the Earldom, assuming his seat in the House of Lords, where he was a close friend and ..

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1830 – Born in Ýstanbul on the 9th of February.   1840-1861 – Received an Ottoman education but was nevertheless an ardent admirer of the material progress that was made in the West. He was interested in literature and was also a classical music composer. Some of his compositions have been collected in the album ..

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1878 – He was born in the house of the Alaouite dynasty. 1894 – He succeeded his father as the sultan of Morocco at the age of ten. 1900 – He took the reins of government into his own hands and chose an Arab from the south, El              Menebhi as his chief adviser.   ..

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1876 – He was born at Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1890 – At the age of fourteen, Saud followed his family into exile in Kuwait following the conquest of the                family’s lands by the Rashidi.         – He spent the remainder of his childhood in Kuwait. 1901 – He and some relatives, including a half-brother ..

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1873 –  He was born and the elder brother of Abdelaziz of Morocco.      1908 – He was the Sultan of Morocco for four years. 1912 – He bailed out in favour of his brother Yusef of Morocco after signing the Trety of Fez on the 30th of                March, which made Morocco a French protectorate. ..

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1944-1952 – He was the sultan of Maldives. Following his death, Maldives became a Republic. He died in Egypt on February 21, 1952. Without coming to Maldives since he was appointed as the sultan. The first Maldivian school, Majeediyya School, was named after Abdul Majeed. 1.7 / 5 ( ..

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1778 – He was born in Morocco into the house of Alaouite dynasty. 1822-1859 – His reign began at the start of the French occupation of Algeria. Morocco supported the Algerian resistance movement led by the Kabylian hero Emir Abdelkader during this period. In 1856, Moulay Abderrahmane established the souk of Zraqten on the north ..

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1863 – On the 9th of June, Dost Mahommed has nominated as his successor Shir Ali, his third son, passing over the two elder brothers, Afzul Khan and Azim Khan, At first, the new amir was quietly recognized but Afzul Khan raised an insurrection in the northern province. This began a fierce contest for power ..

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1821 – Born in St. Andrews, Lower Canadato Rev. Joseph Abbott and Harriet Bradford, on March 12, 1821. 1838 – He began work at age 17 with A. Laurie and Company, a Montreal wholesale and retail dry-goods firm. He did everything from selling cloth to packing apples. 1843 – He went back to Montreal to ..

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