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List of Ottoman governors of Baghdad

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Ottoman walis (1638–1704)[1]Edit

  • Kashik Hassan (1638–1639)
  • Darwesh Pasha (1639–1642)
  • Kashik Hassan (1642–1644)
  • Daly Hussain (1644–1644)
  • Mohamed Pasha (1644–1645)
  • Mussa Pasha (1645–1646)
  • Ibrahim Pasha (1646–1646)
  • Mussa Semiz (1546–1647)
  • Malik Ahmed (1647–1647)
  • Arsalan Najdi Zadah (1647–1649)
  • Kablan Mustafa Marzonly (1649–1649)
  • Hussain Pasha (1649–1650)
  • Qarah Mustafa (1651–1652)
  • Murtazah (1653–1654)
  • Aq Mohamed (1654–1656)
  • Khasiky Mohamed (1657–1659)
  • Mustafa Pasha (1659–1659)
  • Khasiky Mohamed (1659–1661)
  • Kanbur Mustafa (1661–1663)
  • Bambej Mustafa (1663–1664)
  • Qarah Mustafa (1664–1664)
  • Uzon Ibrahim (1664–1666)
  • Qarah Mustafa (1666–1671)
  • Selihdar Hussain (1671–1674)
  • Abdulrahman Pasha (1674–1676)
  • Kablan Mustafa Marzonly (1676–1677)
  • Omar Pasha (1677–1681)
  • Ibrahim Pasha (1681–1684)
  • Omar Pasha (1684–1686)
  • Shokoh Ahmed Katkothah (1686–1686)
  • Omar Pasha (1686–1687)
  • Hassan Pasha (1688–1690)
  • Ahmed Bazergan (1690–1690)
  • Ahmed Pasha (1691–1693)
  • Haji Ahmed Qalayli (1693–1695)
  • Ali Pasha (1695–1695)
  • Hassan Pasha (1696–1698)
  • Ismael Pasha (1698–1700)
  • Ali Pasha (1700-–1702)
  • Youssef Pasha (1703–1704)

Mamluk walis (1704–1831)Edit

The Mamluks ruled the pashaliks of Baghdad, Basrah, and Shahrizor.[2] The pashalik of Mosul was ruled by the Iraqi Jalili dynasty.

Ottoman walis (1831–1917)Edit

 
Midhat Pasha
 
Djemal Pasha with Iraqi tribal leaders, celebrating the completion of the al-Hindya dam on the Euphrates river near al-Hilla, south of Baghdad.
 
Süleyman Nazif

1831–1902Edit

Person Time as governor
Ali Reza Pasha 1831–1842
Najeb Pasha 1842–1849
Abdul-Karim Pasha 1849–1850
Mohamed Wajeh Pasha 1850–1851
Mehmed Namık Pasha[3] 1851–1852
Rashid Pasha 1852–1857
Omar Pasha 1858–1859
Mustafa Nuri Pasha 1859–1861
Ahmed Tawfiq Pasha 1861–1861
Mehmed Namık Pasha 1862–1867
Taqialden Pasha 1867–1869
Midhat Pasha[4] 1869–1872
Rauf Pasha 1872-1873
Radif Pasha 1873-1875
Abdel Rahman Pasha 1875-1877
Akif Pasha 1877-1878
Qadri Pasha 1878-1878
AbdelRahman Pasha 1879-1880
Taqialden Pasha 1880-1887
Mustafa Asim Pasha 1887-1889
Sırrı Pasha 1890–1891
Hassan Pasha 1891–1896
Atteallah Pasha Kawakeby 1896–1899
Namık Pasha 1899–1902
Source:[1]

1902–1917Edit

Person Time as governor
Ahmed Fayzi Pasha 1902-1904
Abdulwahab Pasha 1904-1905
Abdulmajeed Pasha 1905-1906
Abu Bakir Hazem Pasha 1907-1908
Nadim I Pasha 1908-1908
Najemaldeen Beg 1908-1909
Mohamed Fadil Pasha 1909-1909
Shawket Pasha 1909-1910
Hussain Nadim Pasha 1910-1911
Youssef Agah Pasha 1911-1911
Djemal Pasha 1911-1912
Ali Redha Pasha 1912-1912
Mohamed Zaki Pasha 1912-1913
Mohamed Fadil Pasha 1913-1914
Süleyman Nazif Pasha 1914-1915
Nurialdeen Pasha 1915-1915
Khalil Pasha 1916-1917

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "HUKAM (Arabic Language)".  Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "fbsuback" defined multiple times with different content (see the help page).
  2. ^ Coke, Richard (1927). Baghdad, The City of Peace. Taylor & Francis. pp. 232–233. 
  3. ^ Owem, Roger. "The Middle East in the world economy, 1800–1914". 
  4. ^ Ágoston, Gábor; Masters, Bruce A. (2009). https://books.google.iq/books?id=QjzYdCxumFcC&pg=PA378&hl=en#v=onepage&q&f=false=.  Missing or empty |title= (help)

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