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Abdullah I of Jordan: Quiz


Question 1: Grand Collar of the Order of Pahlavi of the ________, 1949
History of the Islamic Republic of IranPahlavi dynastyQajar dynastyHistory of Iran

Question 2: When French forces captured ________ at the Battle of Maysalun and expelled his brother Faisal, Abdullah moved his forces from Hejaz into Transjordan with a view to liberating Damascus, where his brother had been proclaimed King in 1918.

Question 3: ________ (GCMG), 1935 (KCMG-1927)
Order of the BathOrder of the ThistleOrder of St Michael and St GeorgeRoyal Victorian Order

Question 4: [20] Once Hussein became king, the assassination of Abdullah was said to have influenced Hussein not to enter peace talks with Israel in the aftermath of the ________ in order to avoid a similar fate.
Six-Day War2006 Lebanon War1948 Arab–Israeli WarYom Kippur War

Question 5: In 1904, Abdullah married his first wife Musbah bint Nasser (1884 – 15 March 1961) at Stinia Palace, ________, Turkey.
Turkish peopleİzmirIstanbulAnkara

Question 6: He was educated in ________ (Istanbul), Turkey and Hijaz.
Hagia SophiaConstantinopleByzantine EmpireByzantine navy

Question 7: In the following year he became deputy for Mecca in the parliament established by the ________, acting as an intermediary between his father and the Ottoman government.
Young TurksTurkish peopleSecond Constitutional Era (Ottoman Empire)Ottoman Empire

Question 8: [1] He was the ruler of Transjordan and its successor state, ________, from 1921 to 1951[2]—first as Emir under a British Mandate from 1921 to 1946, then as King of an independent nation from 1946 until his assassination.
BarbadosZulu KingdomSaint HelenaJordan

Question 9: In 1949, Abdullah married his third wife Nahda bint Uman, a lady from ________, in Amman.
South AfricaKenyaNigeriaSudan

Question 10: Tell had been in close contact with the former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, ________, and his adherents in Arab Palestine.
Palestinian peopleMohammad Amin al-HusayniPalestinian nationalism1948 Palestinian exodus


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