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Discussion of the tagged Master’s thesis (The position of Iraqi governments towards the armed Kurdish movements (1919-1975), a “historical study”)

In th College of Education for Girls, a master’s thesis was discussed, tagged (the Iraqi governments ’position on the Kurdish armed movements (1919-1975), a“ historical study ”) by the student Hana Hassouni Hodhod from the History Department.
The study supervised by Prof. Dr. Ali Abd Al-Muttalib Al-Madani aimed to shed light on the position of the Iraqi governments in the royal and republican eras on the Kurdish armed movements that began in 1919, when Mahmoud Al-Hafid this year made his first move against the British occupation, where he was for the Iraqi governments These movements included political, military and economic positions represented by negotiations with the Kurds and sending military campaigns to eliminate Kurdish movements and the economic siege on Kurdish regions, and these movements continued until 1975 when Iraq signed the Algiers Treaty with Iran, which supported these movements, and according to this treaty, Iraq relinquished part of From the Shatt al-Arab, in exchange for stopping the Iranian armed support for the Kurdish movement, and thus this treaty led to the undermining and end of the Kurdish movement.
The message concluded that the successive Iraqi governments presented many plans for self-rule for the Kurds despite the military campaigns that these governments sent against the Kurdish movements, but the governments ‘plans regarding self-rule did not meet the Kurds’ aspirations, as the dispute was over the oil-rich region of Kirkuk.
It was attended by Assistant Professor Dr. Alaa Naji Al-Mawla, Dean of the College of Education for Girls, Assistant Dean for Scientific and Administrative Affairs, and a number of the department’s professors and postgraduate students.

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