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Hashimi and October
On October 30, 1936 Hashimi had the dubious distinction of being the first Iraqi prime minister deposed in a coup, led by General Bakr Sidqi and a coalition of ethnic minorities.

Hashimi and on
* March 1980: Jamshid Hashimi, international arms dealer, is visited by William Casey at Washington's Mayflower Hotel, who asks that a meeting be arranged with " someone in Iran who had authority to deal on the hostages ".

Hashimi and Palestine
When Hashimi spoke to the President a few days later about Mardam's plan, President Quwwatli reiterated Mardam's concern that the government could not withstand the Syrian army's defeat in Palestine.

Hashimi and Syria
Unlike Jafar al-Askari, who was then his minister of defense, Hashimi survived the coup and made his way to Damascus, Syria, where he died two months later.

Hashimi and had
As he had explained to Hashimi before, " the real problem is with reforming the Syrian army and solving the problem of its leadership.

Hashimi and Egypt
Hashimi was an Iraqi pan-Arab nationalist and long-time intimate of Quwwatli, whom the Syrian president wanted to head the Liberation Army rather than General Safwat, Egypt ’ s candidate.

Hashimi and military
During the 1936 military coup led by Bakr Sidqi against the government of Yasin al-Hashimi, Ja ’ far, who was serving as minister of defense, was sent to talk to Bakr Sidqi in an attempt to stop the violence and inform Sidqi of the new change in government, that of Hashimi resigning and Hikmat Sulayman ( who Sidqi supported ) being made prime minister.

records and October
915, Public Law 95-416, enacted on October 5, 1978 ), individual census records are sealed for 72 years.
Although Keats and his family seem to have marked his birthday on 29 October, baptism records give the date as the 31st.
The Oxford English Dictionary records its earliest known English-language usage of brainwashing in an article by Edward Hunter in New Leader published on 7 October 1950.
In October, he broke the world records for the 15 km, the 10 miles and the one hour run in Berlin.
* October 22 – The Reds defeat the Red Sox four games to three in a broadcast that breaks records for a televised sporting event.
" The traditional date of commemoration is 6 October, but records of Tyndale's imprisonment suggest the actual date of his execution might have been some weeks earlier.
* October 22 – Ghiyasu'd-Din Naqqah, an envoy of the embassy sent by the Timurid ruler of Persia, Mirza Shahrukh ( r. 1404 – 1447 ), to the Ming Dynasty of China during the reign of the Yongle Emperor ( r. 1402 – 1424 ), records his sight and travel over a large floating pontoon bridge at Lanzhou ( constructed earlier in 1372 ) as he crosses the Yellow River on this day.
The U. S. Weather Bureau kept weather records in downtown Oakland from October 4, 1894, to July 31, 1958.
Barker ’ s use of foreign banks to deposit checks and withdraw the funds via cashier's checks and money orders in April and May 1972 guaranteed the banks would keep the entire transaction records until October and November 1972.
* On October 19, 2000, Doug Gould set the first of his records at Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, when a roadtrain made up of 79 trailers, measuring and weighing, was pulled by a Kenworth C501T driven by Steven Matthews a distance of.
The monument records that Lord Greenwood dedicated the site for the new capital on 9 October 1965.
Secretariat ( March 30, 1970 – October 4, 1989 ) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse, that in 1973 became the first U. S. Triple Crown champion in 25 years, setting race records in all three events in the Series — the Kentucky Derby ( 1: 59. 4 ), the Preakness Stakes ( 1: 53 ) and the Belmont Stakes ( 2: 24 )-records that still stand today.
Historians have speculated, on the basis of these contemporary records, that the rumour that the princes had been murdered was deliberately created to be spread in England as an excuse for the October 1483 attempt of Henry Tudor and Buckingham to seize the throne, making Henry and Buckingham other likely suspects.
In October 1979, the band moved to London, where they recorded some demos with RKO records.
In October 2003, the role of the U. S. government in the massacre was publicized when the National Security Archive at George Washington University published a series of records from the CIA, the Pentagon, the State Department, the FBI and the White House which were released in response to Freedom of Information Act requests.
When fire damaged the courthouse on October 19, 1875, the county records were saved because they were in the adjacent building.
The citizens of Bay Minette moved the county records from Daphne in the middle of the night on October 11 – 12, 1901 and delivered them to the City of Bay Minette-where Baldwin County's County Seat remains to this day.
He was born on 27 October 1920, but his uncle, who accompanied him on his first day in school, did not know his actual date of birth, and arbitrarily chose 27 October 1920 for the records ; Narayanan later chose to let it remain official.
The record maximum temperature was on October 5, 1985 ( exceeded by on October 23, 1965, at the airport, where records were kept from 1948 to 1972 ).
Before the end of October 1969, several records were released on the subject — including " The Ballad of Paul " by the Mystery Tour, " Brother Paul " by Billy Shears and the All Americans, and " So Long Paul " by Werbley Finster, a pseudonym for José Feliciano.
Court records filed in the United States Court, Southern District, in Indian Territory at Ardmore indicate that citizens of the community petitioned to incorporate Thackerville under Arkansas law on October 15, 1898.
According to donation land claim records, Stevens was the first settler to stake a claim in the Springfield locale, arriving in October 1847.
On October 25, 2008, MVD Audio and CBGB's records released CBGB OMFUG MASTERS: August 19, 2005 The Bowery Collection, a soundboard collection of songs from the Save CBGB's benefit show.

records and 1947
Many of these hit records were issued on new independent record labels, such as Savoy ( founded 1942 ), King ( founded 1943 ), Imperial ( founded 1945 ), Specialty ( founded 1946 ), Chess ( founded 1947 ), and Atlantic ( founded 1948 ).
He won the NCAA and AAU 120-yard and 220-yard hurdles in both 1946 and 1947 and he tied world records in both events with a 22. 3 in the 220 in 1946 and a 13. 6 in the 120.
* In addition to two Prince Valiant phonograph records ( released in 1947 and 1968 ) and three coloring books, Treasure Books published a small 1954 children's book with Foster art in color.
Dissatisfied with American Decca's promotion of British Decca recordings and because American Decca held the rights to the name Decca in the US and Canada, British Decca sold its records in the United States and Canada under the label London Records beginning in 1947.
* The Wayfaring Stranger ( 1944, Asch 345, 3 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm, reissued in 1947 as Stinson 345 catalog number, 10 inch, 78 rpm )
Dorsey might have broken up his own band permanently following World War II, as many big bands did due to the shift in music economics following the war, but Tommy Dorsey's album for RCA, " All Time Hits " placed in the top ten records in February, 1947.
American Baritone Nelson Eddy recorded 35 Foster songs over three recording sessions in July, August and September 1947 on Columbia records, in 78 format, 2 songs per record.
Harry Gennett intended to use the funds from the sale of his shellac ration to modernize this pressing plant after Victory, but there is no indication that he did so, Gennett sold increasingly small numbers of special purpose records ( mostly sound effects, skating rink, and church tower chimes ) until 1947 or 1948, and the business then seemed to just fade away.
The species became first known to occur in New Zealand from a specimen shot at Jerusalem in 1890 and small numbers of subfossil bones, the first found at Lake Grassmere in 1947, followed by records of other stray individuals.
For a period there were thus two simultaneous land speed records, the 1947 Railton Mobil Special record remaining as the FIA four-wheel Class A record, which from July 1964 went to Campbell's Bluebird.
London Records, referred to as London Recordings in logo, is a record label headquartered in the United Kingdom, originally marketing records in the United States, Canada and Latin America from 1947 to 1979, then becoming a semi-independent label.
Alcione Dias Nazareth ( born November 21, 1947 ) ( better known as simply Alcione, also nicknamed as A Marrom ( the brown one )) is one of the most successful female sambists in Brazil who first claimed international recognition in the late 1970s, and has had 19 gold records and two platinum records.
Royal was most noted for his prowess as a defensive back, where his 18 career interceptions and his three interceptions in the 1947 game against Oklahoma A & M are still Sooner records .< ref name =" 2006 MG ">
Emiel Puttemans ( born 8 October 1947 ) is a retired middle-and long-distance runner, who set world records for 3000 metres ( 7 minutes 37. 6 seconds ) in 1972, for 2 miles ( 8 minutes 17. 8 seconds ) in 1971, and for 5000 metres ( 13 minutes 13 seconds ) in 1972.
* 75 % loss to records of U. S. Air Force personnel discharged September 25, 1947, to January 1, 1964, with names alphabetically after Hubbard, James E.
The highest Mach number reached by Welch in 1947, as indicated by official flight test records, was about 0. 93, in a maximum power dive from with the engine at 100. 8-percent Military RPM ( i. e. maximum power ).
In 1947 the Ravens left the Hub label to join National Records, and had immediate hits on what was called at the time the " race records " chart with a version of " Ol ' Man River " ( from the musical Show Boat ) and " Write Me A Letter ", which rose to no.
The absolute minimum temperature is-14. 6c ( 5. 7f ), set in January 1979, although given online records only date back to 1960, it is likely the winter of 1947 saw lower temperatures.
The Society of Archivists ( SoA ), which was in existence from 1947 to 2010, was the principal professional body for archivists, archive conservators and records managers in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
While regular prehistoric outbreaks of Lodgepole Needle Miners have been confirmed through dendrochronology, historic records document outbreaks from 1903 to 1921, 1933 to 1941, and 1947 to 1963.
Refuge records, however, show the first boat came into use in 1943, with several photos of running air boats dated 1947.
The Davis Sisters ' first professional recordings were made for the Apex label in 1947 and issued on 78 rpm records.
Hayes graduated from the United States Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut in 1946, although Academy records list him in the Class of 1947.

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