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  Hassan II of Morocco - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was the eldest son of Mohammed V, Sultan, then King of Morocco and his wife Lalla Abla bint Tahar (a.k.a Um Sidi), whom he married in 1926.
Mohammed V and his family returned from exile on 16 November 1955.
Mohammed V changed the title of the Moroccan sovereign from Sultan to King in 1957.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hassan_II_of_Morocco   (413 words)

  
 Mohammed V of Morocco - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mohammed V (August 10, 1909–February 26, 1961) was Sultan of Morocco from 1927 to 1953 and 1955 to 1961.
Mohammed V and is family were then transferred to Madagascar in January 1954.
Mohammed V returned from exile on 16 November 1955, after active oppostition to the French protectorate.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mohammed_V_of_Morocco   (224 words)

  
 Eqbal Ahmad - Articles
Morocco was a French protectorate in which effective power was exercised by the French Resident-General while the Sultan, then Mohammed V, was a symbolic repository of Moroccan sovereignty.
Sultan Mohammad V, father of refused; it was his fundamental obligation, he said, to protect citizenship right.
His resistance marked a new phase in Moroccan nationalism, and Mohammed V, father of reigning King Hassan II, became a hero to his people.
www.bitsonline.net /eqbal/articles_by_eqbal_view.asp?id=61&cid=9   (1249 words)

  
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Based on a treaty signed by the Moroccan sultan in 1912, French armies were responsible for subduing and largely disarming Arab and Berber tribes with long histories of being uncontrollable and warlike.
The protectorate era came to an end with the return of exiled sultan Mohammed V and the granting of Moroccan independence in 1956.
Mohammed V decided to abandon the use of the title "sultan" in favor of the more modern title "king" and consolidated his power in newly independent Morocco until his death in 1961.
www.global-prayer-digest.com /monthdetails/2002/md-February-2002.asp   (1376 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
This was rejected by the French and in 1953 the sultan was deposed, but allowed to resume the throne two years later.
Moroccan independence was not recognised by the French until 1956 and Sultan Mohammed V became king in 1957.
Mohammed's son, Hassan II, succeeded his father in 1961 and drew up a royal charter, which proposed the establishment of a constitutional monarchy, subject to approval by referendum.
www.arab.net /Morocco/mo_selfgovern.htm   (253 words)

  
 Morocco: A Divided Country   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Sidi Mohammed, upon becoming sultan in 1750, began to pull the country back together, and even managed to rid Morocco of the last of the Portuguese.
This led to the deposition and exile of Sultan Mohammed V, a result which was to have dire consequences for the French.
Mohammed V was flown to Paris in October 1955 to begin negotiations that would end with the freedom of Morocco on March 2, 1956.
mywebpages.comcast.net /mikebeach   (1458 words)

  
 Jewish Morocco
Sultan Mohammed V declared his support for the Arabs.
In response to anti-Jewish rhetoric, Sultan Mohammed V warned Muslims not to hurt Moroccan Jews, reminding them that Jews had always been protected in Morocco and had always showed their devotion to the Throne.
Tensions associated with the Israeli-Arab War and the beginnings of Moroccan Jewish emigration to Israel contributed to two pogroms in the eastern towns of Oujda and Djerrada in June 1948.
rickgold.home.mindspring.com /page14.html   (443 words)

  
 US_Moroccan_Relations / Page3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
A few days later, President Franklin Roosevelt sent Sultan Mohammed V a message stating "I have been highly pleased to learn of the admirable spirit of cooperation that is animating you and your people in their relationships...
One of the highlights of the conference was a dinner party hosted by President Roosevelt in honor of Sultan Mohammed V and his son Moulay Hassan.
Upon the return of the Sultan from exile in 1955, President Eisenhower had sent him a special message expressing his hope that the new reign would "...restore peace and prosperity which the United States so deeply desires" to the Moroccan people.
www.usembassy.ma /US_Moroccan_Relations3.htm   (642 words)

  
 Morocco (Alaoui Dynasty)
The Sultan was represented by a Caliphe in Tetouan during this period.
The legitimate Sultan was restored in late 1955 and, as King Mohammed V led Morocco to independance from France on 2/3/1956, and from Spain on 7/7/1956.
Moulay Abd el Rahman, Sultan 28/11/1822-28/8/1859, styled Emperor of Morocco in the Almanach de Bruxelles, Gov of Essaouira c1821/2, °1778, +Meknès 28/8/1859, X 1 Lella Fatima, daughter of Sulaiman, 2 before 1830..., daughter of Bahloul, 3 c1839..., daughter of...
www.usa-morocco.org /alaoui.htm   (2335 words)

  
 Tangier Family Fun Attractions, Vacation Packages, Hotel Reservations, Travel Destinations Vacations Overview - ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Built by the sultan Moulay Ismail to commemorate the withdrawal of English forces at the end of the 17th century, the mosque stands in the next street beyond the Petit Socco.
This ancient palace of the sultan was built under the reign of Moulay Ismail,after the withdrawal of the English in the 17th century.
The Boulevard Pasteur runs into the Boulevard Mohammed V, which continues out of the center city into the western suburbs of Tangier where new apartments and condominiums are being built at a rapid rate.
www.vacations-explorer.com /city/Tangier__MA/kids.asp   (1155 words)

  
 Beloit College - Office of International Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
France's exile of the highly respected Sultan Mohammed V in 1953 and his replacement by the unpopular Mohammed Ben Aarafa, whose reign was perceived as illegitimate, sparked active opposition to the French protectorate.
France allowed Mohammed V to return in 1955, and the negotiations that led to Moroccan independence began the following year.
King Mohammed VI, assumed the throne in July 1999 upon the death of his father, King Hassan II who ruled Morocco for 38 years.
www.beloit.edu /~oie/studyabroad/morocco/the_country.htm   (1288 words)

  
 Morocco in 1999
In 1956, France recognized Morocco as an independent monarchy with Sultan Mohammed V as king.
He was succeeded in 1961 by his son Hassan II who has enjoyed a largely autocratic rule for 35 years before conceding a measure of democratization in order to arrest the spread of Islamic fundamentalism from Algeria.
Mohamed V street leading from the Pension Iberia where I stayed in Moulay el Mehdi square to the Place Hassan II in the Medina.
berclo.net /page99/99en-morocco.html   (1725 words)

  
 Moroccan Stamps   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
In 1950, the sultan of Morocco requested self-government.
This was rejected by France and in 1953 the sultan was deposed, but allowed to resume the throne two years later.
Moroccan independence was not recognized by the French until 1956 and Sultan Mohammed V became king in 1957.
www.values.ch /sna-site/Morocco/morocco1.htm   (279 words)

  
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SG 2 is a similar stamp to SG 3 but with larger toughra of Sultan Mohammed V and cat.
SG 6 is a similar stamp to SG 5 but with smaller toughra of Sultan Mohammed Vi and cat.
Large Toughra of Sultan Mohammed V. There are also two sizes of the '4' of the overprint.
www.btinternet.com /~maganstamps/Iraq.htm   (842 words)

  
 Commentary Magazine - North Africa Meets the Modern World   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
...During the previously mentioned tour of Sultan Mohammed V, he and his son, Prince Moulay Hassan, met with representatives of the French and Jewish communities and went out of their way to promise them protection of their rights as Moroccans...
...The theme of the Sultan's tour was national unity, central authority, a single law, and justice (Koranic justice) for all...
...Typical of this identification with the Arab world as a 347COMMENTARY whole is a statement made by Sultan Mohammed V in Tangier on April 11, 1947: "Needless to say, Morocco is an Arab country closely attached to the Arab East...
www.commentarymagazine.com /Summaries/V22I4P58-1.htm   (3678 words)

  
 Comparative Criminology | Africa - Morocco   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Upon the death of his father Mohammed V, King Hassan II succeeded to the throne in 1961.
They were convicted of torturing Mohammed and sentenced to 12 years in prison.
The court denied the defense's requests that the court make the trial public, allow the defense to summon more than a dozen defense witnesses and present documentary evidence, and recuse one of the military judges, who was a former superior of Adib's.
www-rohan.sdsu.edu /faculty/rwinslow/africa/morocco.html   (10659 words)

  
 NITLE Arab World Project
King Mohammed V of Morocco, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Winston Churchill at the Casablanca Conference held January 14-24 of 1943.
Mohammed V returning from Exile via Tetouan in the North.
The triumphant return of the Sultan in 1955 marked the end of French efforts to maintain control of the country by exiling the increasingly rebellious king by exiling his family and installing a more malleable ruler in August of
arabworld.nitle.org /gallery.php?module_id=3&image_id=6   (388 words)

  
 Jewish Morocco
On April 17, the Sultan's troops in Fez revolted, but they were unable to enter the European quarter, which was protected by French troops.
It set quotas on the number of Jewish doctors and lawyers, ejected students from French schools and forced many Jews living in the European quarters to move to the mellahs.
The Moroccan Sultan, Mohammed V, told Jewish leaders that in his opinion Vichy laws singling out the Jews were inconsistent with Moroccan law.
rickgold.home.mindspring.com /page13.html   (374 words)

  
 Here's what you should know about catalog values
The Michel catalog value for this 200-piaster Sultan Mohammed V stamp, Turkey Scott 270, is nearly double the Scott value.
If you are looking to acquire stamps valued by a catalog that uses reference values, you must first find out what the standard discount for that catalog is. If you paid full catalog value from a reference value catalog, you probably paid too much.
For example, the 200-piaster green and fl Sultan Mohammed V stamp, Turkey Scott 270, shown in Figure 3, has a Scott catalog value of $550 in unused, hinged condition and in a VF grade.
www.linns.com /howto/refresher/catalog_20040412/refreshercourse.asp   (1913 words)

  
 Travel Morocco, Rabat, history, things to see and information
Construction on this royal mausoleum, dedicated to Sultan Mohammed V-the man who led Morocco to independence-started in 1962.
Situated on the expansive square opposite the Mausoleum of Sultan Mohammed V, the 44-metre tall Hassan Tower, which stretches out above Rabat, is one of the country's national symbols.
Still the old heart of Rabat, this ancient Kasbah is named after the tribe who were sent here by Sultan Moulay Ishmail to defend the city against Andalusian attacks.
www.andalucia.com /morocco/destinations/rabat.htm   (416 words)

  
 Mohammed
1980 Pahlawi Mohammed Reza, shah of Persia (1941-79), dies in Cairo at 60
1961 Mohammed V, ibn Yusuf, sultan/King of Morocco, dies at 51
1918 Mohammed V Resjad, sultan of Turkey (1909-18), dies
www.brainyhistory.com /topics/m/mohammed.html   (733 words)

  
 Emblems -- Lee's Illustrated Stamp Listopedia
Elizabeth II Regina, is found on stamps of the British Commonwealth.
Until the Ottoman Empire ended in 1920, many stamps of Turkey included the tughra or calligraphic sign of the ruling Sultan.
This 1916 stamp is marked with the tughra of Sultan Mohammed V. Lexicon of Turkish Philately, Tughra
www.filbert.com /stamplistopedia/emblems   (362 words)

  
 LA NUEVA CUBA
In 1914, the Ottoman Empire existed only in name and a group of army officers created the Committee for Union and Progress (CUP), which was the real power behind Sultan Mohammed V. Military leaders like Enver Pasha, and Talat Pasha were all products of Sultan Abdul-Hamid II (1876 to 1909) pro-German policies.
The Impact of Declaration of Jihad by Sultan Mohammed V
In World War I, Ottoman ruler Sultan Mohammed V, used his title Caliph (Khalifa) as the singular authority to rule on religious issues.
www.lanuevacuba.com /nuevacuba/notic-05-06-605.htm   (6576 words)

  
 King Hassan II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
King Hassan II has been on the throne since 1962, when he succeeded his late father, Sultan Mohammed V. Hassan is one of the few true autocrats in the world.
Part of his legitimacy is rooted in his family (the Alaouis) historical relationship to the Prophet Mohammed.
Hassan is a direct descendant of the Prophet's son in law, Ali.
geoimages.berkeley.edu /GeoImages/Miller/king.html   (278 words)

  
 Elephants   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
An Elephant in the Court of the Bourbons
The skeleton displayed in the Museum belongs to a male Indian elephant obtained in 1742 by Charles of Bourbon from the Turkish Ottoman Sultan Mohammed V, in exchange for some tables in precious marble.
The animal was kept in the Royal Palace of Portici and lived until 1756, perhaps dying as a consequence of a bad diet.
www.musei.unina.it /Zoologia/eng/4.2.2.6.6.4.htm   (277 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Mohammed V
Mohammed V (1909-1961), sultan of Morocco (1927-1957), king of Morocco (1957-1961).
Born Sidi Mohammed ben Youssef, at Fez, Morocco, Mohammed...
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 Verzetsmuseum Amsterdam/Dutch Resistance Museum - information and events
Moroccans and World War II A special exhibition about a historic subject that till now is little known.
At the beginning of WW2, sultan Mohammed V pronounced his unconditional support to the Allies.
He protected his Jewish citizens and a lot of Jewish refugees arrived in Morocco.
www.simplyamsterdam.nl /show_location.php?loc_id=1199   (302 words)

  
 Morocco in 1995 (1)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Essaouira's main street, called Rue Zerktouni here in the east, becomes Avenue de l'Istiqlal in the center and Avenue Oqba ben Nafii at its western end.
There are several local restaurants in this small street off Rue Mohammed el Qory.
Below on the left, the street of the "Hotel des Remparts" where I stayed for 6US$ and a traditional gentleman in one of the souks on the right.
berclo.net /page95/95en-morocco-1.html   (585 words)

  
 George Eastman House Chusseau Flaviens Series   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
INSCRIPTION: S.A.I. le SultanMehmed V (Sebah and Joailler)
SUBJECT: personage, royalty / Mohammed V, Sultan of Turkey
The contents of this site may not be reproduced in any form without the permission of the George Eastman House.
www.geh.org /ar/chus/unident/m197501115191_ful.html   (72 words)

  
 All Shop's wwi and w.w.i : Collect at Curioshop   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Interesting color postcard depicting the most prominent politicians of the countries involved in World War 1.
From left to right we see: the German Crown Prince, Ferdinand of Bulgaria, the Turkish Crown Prince, the Bulgarian Corm Prince, Wilhelm II, Sultan Mohammed V, Emperor Franz Joseph, the Crown Prince Karl.
Used, the left lower corner with slight bend
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