Faisal I of Iraq

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Faysal (1885-1933) is the third son of Hussein Bin Ali. He became the king of Syria in October 1918 after the Arab Revolt. In 1921 he became the king of Iraq under supervision of the British. In 1932 he made it happen that Iraq become independent from England.[1]

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  1. Tell, Tariq. "Faysal I, King of Iraq | International Encyclopedia of the First World War (WW1)". encyclopedia.1914-1918-online.net.