From Abdullah to Hussein: Jordan in Transition

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This book examines the most turbulent period in the history of Jordan's ruling house, the six years following the assassination of the kingdom's founder, Abdullah (1951-1957). Those years witnessed the country's lone episode of weak monarchy, when the king--the novice Hussein or his ill-starred father, Talal--was not the preeminent political actor in the land. Rather, it was during that time at the regime was left in the hands of a mix of Palestinian, Transjordanian, and Circassian royalists who had never before wielded ...

From Abdullah to Hussein: Jordan in Transition 1993, Oxford University Press, USA, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780195080278

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