Farouk Ier of Egypt
Suspicions of corruption, and the Egyptian defeat at the time of the Israeli-Arab War of 1948, brought a military coup d'etat and the July 23rd 1952 it was détroné by Gamal Abdel Nasser, and was replaced by his/her son still baby Fouad II, monarchy being then De facto abolished. In 1953 the republic was proclaimed, and it finishes its life in Exil in Italy.
- Gilbert Sinoué. “The colonel and the child-king. Memories of Egypt”, Editions JC Lattès (2006).
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