Nationalist revolt against the british mandate

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o Nationalist revolt against the british mandate Eventually suppressed Moment in which an Iraqi identity does begin to take shape among sunnis and shia, fighting together as new Iraqis Nationalist movement that they can work together to forge a common future despite common belief that they are too different British installed a sunni monarchy who was eventually removed and replaced by a sunni republic leadership o King Faisal ibn Husayn Sunni king o The “treaty of alliance”: british tutelage and”preparing” Iraq for statehood in 20 years – full independence in 20 years, but the mandate system, british supervision would continue in that time o Constitutional monarchy, elections, and political instability 50 cabinets in 30 years – very unstable constitutional monarchy, a client of the british, full independence is not a reality, british maintain military bases and exert enormous influence over monarchy and foreign policy to exploit oil Nationalists want real independence
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