Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

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Today’s post will be dedicated to the Jordanian King Talal and his family. As I wrote earlier, I decided not to go into all the relatives and their families so as not to depart from the main line. Among them, of course, there are interesting specimens, but I do not want to focus on them, and if they are mentioned, then casually as necessary. There is a lot of information, fortunately there are interesting links where the information is not sleek but quite adequate and lively. I will post the post in two parts as it is again circumcised. Photos I place from different time pieces.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

So Talal was the eldest son of the first Jordanian king from the Hashemite dynasty. The eldest son of his eldest and chief wife, queen consort Moussa bint Nasser. One of the most tragic, in my opinion, monarchs in world history.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Talal was born on February 26, 1909 in Mecca. The first time he studied privately in Amman, then continued his studies at the British military academy Sandhurst. In 1929, after graduating from the academy, he was accepted to serve the cavalry regiment of the Arab Legion. He was the first Jordanian officer to graduate from the Sandhurst Academy.

Talal became king after his father was killed by a Palestinian terrorist in Jerusalem. It was he who committed one of the most important deeds during his short reign, introduced the constitution and since 1952 Jordan has become a constitutional monarchy. Moreover, it was he who introduced joint training for boys and girls. Schools for girls existed before, but co-education was precisely its innovation. I read some forums, and ran into various posts from users in which they told me that Talalah was in principle loved and considered him to be an intelligent, intelligent and well-educated person. Father Abdullah’s son 1 and his son had occasional quarrels as Abdullah considered Talal too melancholic, weak, and at the same time too pro-Western and progressive.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Talal on the right. In the photo on the left is the future King of Saudi Arabia.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1King Abdullah, Talal’s father

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1Talal with his wife Zane and son Hussein

And just with my son

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Reading their forums, came across information that the father generally preferred the younger son Naif, more compliant and obedient. Moreover, the son of Talal, Hussein’s grandfather took to himself as he did not want the overly western influence of his son and daughter-in-law on his grandson. They also write that Talal and Zane lost two children, the daughter died at 6 months because of a cold and the second child died because the father-in-law did not allow Zane to give birth in the hospital, there were serious problems during childbirth, and at home they were solved failed. They say that it was the difficult relationship with the father and the experience of stress that led Talal to schizophrenia. But we read about the relationship with the father below.

Some sources say that Talal’s childhood was badly affected by the fact that his stepmother, his wife’s second wife, and the mother of his second brother Naif lived with him. He became closer to his mother so much that she actually became his only friend and he tried to stay with her constantly. When his brother Nayf was born, much attention was paid to him and Talal was jealous. Naif was more sociable, cheerful and had many friends. Talal was more melancholy and prone to depression. King Abdullah was displeased with his son, he was annoyed that Talal did not like hunting and men’s entertainment but was constantly surrounded by women, reading books and communicating only with his mother. Every day the gap between father and son became more and more. They had nothing to talk about, nothing to discuss, and they had almost nothing in common. Abdullah could not find a common language with his son and was angry, and Talal did not understand how to please his father. As a result, Talal was sent to England to study but was not allowed to do what he wanted. Talal, strangely interested in agriculture, however, his father insisted on the military academy and said that it was not necessary for the princes to dig in the gardens (I’m already ironic about this).

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Today’s post will be dedicated to the Jordanian King Talal and his family. As I wrote earlier, I decided not to go into all the relatives and their families so as not to depart from the main line. Among them, of course, there are interesting specimens, but I do not want to focus on them, and if they are mentioned, then casually as necessary. There is a lot of information, fortunately there are interesting links where the information is not sleek but quite adequate and lively. I will post the post in two parts as it is again circumcised. Photos I place from different time pieces.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

So Talal was the eldest son of the first Jordanian king from the Hashemite dynasty. The eldest son of his eldest and chief wife, queen consort Moussa bint Nasser. One of the most tragic, in my opinion, monarchs in world history.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Talal was born on February 26, 1909 in Mecca. The first time he studied privately in Amman, then continued his studies at the British military academy Sandhurst. In 1929, after graduating from the academy, he was accepted to serve the cavalry regiment of the Arab Legion. He was the first Jordanian officer to graduate from the Sandhurst Academy.

Talal became king after his father was killed by a Palestinian terrorist in Jerusalem. It was he who committed one of the most important deeds during his short reign, introduced the constitution and since 1952 Jordan has become a constitutional monarchy. Moreover, it was he who introduced joint training for boys and girls. Schools for girls existed before, but co-education was precisely its innovation. I read some forums, and ran into various posts from users in which they told me that Talalah was in principle loved and considered him to be an intelligent, intelligent and well-educated person. Father Abdullah’s son 1 and his son had occasional quarrels as Abdullah considered Talal too melancholic, weak, and at the same time too pro-Western and progressive.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1Talal on the right. In the photo on the left is the future King of Saudi Arabia.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1King Abdullah, Talal’s father

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1Talal with his wife Zane and son Hussein

And just with my son

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Reading their forums, came across information that the father generally preferred the younger son Naif, more compliant and obedient. Moreover, the son of Talal, Hussein’s grandfather took to himself as he did not want the overly western influence of his son and daughter-in-law on his grandson. They also write that Talal and Zane lost two children, the daughter died at 6 months because of a cold and the second child died because the father-in-law did not allow Zane to give birth in the hospital, there were serious problems during childbirth, and at home they were solved failed. They say that it was the difficult relationship with the father and the experience of stress that led Talal to schizophrenia. But we read about the relationship with the father below.

Some sources say that Talal’s childhood was badly affected by the fact that his stepmother, his wife’s second wife, and the mother of his second brother Naif lived with him. He became closer to his mother so much that she actually became his only friend and he tried to stay with her constantly. When his brother Nayf was born, much attention was paid to him and Talal was jealous. Naif was more sociable, cheerful and had many friends. Talal was more melancholy and prone to depression. King Abdullah was displeased with his son, he was annoyed that Talal did not like hunting and men’s entertainment but was constantly surrounded by women, reading books and communicating only with his mother. Every day the gap between father and son became more and more. They had nothing to talk about, nothing to discuss, and they had almost nothing in common. Abdullah could not find a common language with his son and was angry, and Talal did not understand how to please his father. As a result, Talal was sent to England to study but was not allowed to do what he wanted. Talal, strangely interested in agriculture, however, his father insisted on the military academy and said that it was not necessary for the princes to dig in the gardens (I’m already ironic about this).

After Talal’s return to Amman, Abdullah actually began to forget that he had an older son. Talal was forbidden to leave the palace and perform any public or state functions. Talal went to his grandfather in Cyprus, his grandfather happily loved, cherished and cherished. He lived in Cyprus after losing power in Egypt and all would be nothing, but three months after Talal’s arrival, the grandfather died. This even more seriously affected Talal’s psyche. He returned to Amman and asked his father to let him live not as a prince, but as an ordinary citizen, alone, away from the palace. Father was delighted and hoped that it would be beneficial to his son. Talal lived alone and was calm, but at heart he was worried that his father did not even remember.

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About the stars

Today’s post will be dedicated to the Jordanian King Talal and his family. As I wrote earlier, I decided not to go into all the relatives and their families so as not to depart from the main line. Among them, of course, there are interesting specimens, but I do not want to focus on them, and if they are mentioned, then casually as necessary. There is a lot of information, fortunately there are interesting links where the information is not sleek but quite adequate and lively. I will post the post in two parts as it is again circumcised. Photos I place from different time pieces.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

So Talal was the eldest son of the first Jordanian king from the Hashemite dynasty. The eldest son of his eldest and chief wife, queen consort Moussa bint Nasser. One of the most tragic, in my opinion, monarchs in world history.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Talal was born on February 26, 1909 in Mecca. The first time he studied privately in Amman, then continued his studies at the British military academy Sandhurst. In 1929, after graduating from the academy, he was accepted to serve the cavalry regiment of the Arab Legion. He was the first Jordanian officer to graduate from the Sandhurst Academy.

Talal became king after his father was killed by a Palestinian terrorist in Jerusalem. It was he who committed one of the most important deeds during his short reign, introduced the constitution and since 1952 Jordan has become a constitutional monarchy. Moreover, it was he who introduced joint training for boys and girls. Schools for girls existed before, but co-education was precisely its innovation. I read some forums, and ran into various posts from users in which they told me that Talalah was in principle loved and considered him to be an intelligent, intelligent and well-educated person. Father Abdullah’s son 1 and his son had occasional quarrels as Abdullah considered Talal too melancholic, weak, and at the same time too pro-Western and progressive.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1Talal on the right. In the photo on the left is the future King of Saudi Arabia.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1King Abdullah, Talal’s father

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Talal with his wife Zane and son Hussein

And just with my son

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Reading their forums, came across information that the father generally preferred the younger son Naif, more compliant and obedient. Moreover, the son of Talal, Hussein’s grandfather took to himself as he did not want the overly western influence of his son and daughter-in-law on his grandson. They also write that Talal and Zane lost two children, the daughter died at 6 months because of a cold and the second child died because the father-in-law did not allow Zane to give birth in the hospital, there were serious problems during childbirth, and at home they were solved failed. They say that it was the difficult relationship with the father and the experience of stress that led Talal to schizophrenia. But we read about the relationship with the father below.

Some sources say that Talal’s childhood was badly affected by the fact that his stepmother, his wife’s second wife, and the mother of his second brother Naif lived with him. He became closer to his mother so much that she actually became his only friend and he tried to stay with her constantly. When his brother Nayf was born, much attention was paid to him and Talal was jealous. Naif was more sociable, cheerful and had many friends. Talal was more melancholy and prone to depression. King Abdullah was displeased with his son, he was annoyed that Talal did not like hunting and men’s entertainment but was constantly surrounded by women, reading books and communicating only with his mother. Every day the gap between father and son became more and more. They had nothing to talk about, nothing to discuss, and they had almost nothing in common. Abdullah could not find a common language with his son and was angry, and Talal did not understand how to please his father. As a result, Talal was sent to England to study but was not allowed to do what he wanted. Talal, strangely interested in agriculture, however, his father insisted on the military academy and said that it was not necessary for the princes to dig in the gardens (I’m already ironic about this).

Published by site user

About the stars

Today’s post will be dedicated to the Jordanian King Talal and his family. As I wrote earlier, I decided not to go into all the relatives and their families so as not to depart from the main line. Among them, of course, there are interesting specimens, but I do not want to focus on them, and if they are mentioned, then casually as necessary. There is a lot of information, fortunately there are interesting links where the information is not sleek but quite adequate and lively. I will post the post in two parts as it is again circumcised. Photos I place from different time pieces.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

So Talal was the eldest son of the first Jordanian king from the Hashemite dynasty. The eldest son of his eldest and chief wife, queen consort Moussa bint Nasser. One of the most tragic, in my opinion, monarchs in world history.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Talal was born on February 26, 1909 in Mecca. The first time he studied privately in Amman, then continued his studies at the British military academy Sandhurst. In 1929, after graduating from the academy, he was accepted to serve the cavalry regiment of the Arab Legion. He was the first Jordanian officer to graduate from the Sandhurst Academy.

Talal became king after his father was killed by a Palestinian terrorist in Jerusalem. It was he who committed one of the most important deeds during his short reign, introduced the constitution and since 1952 Jordan has become a constitutional monarchy. Moreover, it was he who introduced joint training for boys and girls. Schools for girls existed before, but co-education was precisely its innovation. I read some forums, and ran into various posts from users in which they told me that Talalah was in principle loved and considered him to be an intelligent, intelligent and well-educated person. Father Abdullah’s son 1 and his son had occasional quarrels as Abdullah considered Talal too melancholic, weak, and at the same time too pro-Western and progressive.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1Talal on the right. In the photo on the left is the future King of Saudi Arabia.

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1King Abdullah, Talal’s father

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Talal with his wife Zane and son Hussein

And just with my son

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

Reading their forums, came across information that the father generally preferred the younger son Naif, more compliant and obedient. Moreover, the son of Talal, Hussein’s grandfather took to himself as he did not want the overly western influence of his son and daughter-in-law on his grandson. They also write that Talal and Zane lost two children, the daughter died at 6 months because of a cold and the second child died because the father-in-law did not allow Zane to give birth in the hospital, there were serious problems during childbirth, and at home they were solved failed. They say that it was the difficult relationship with the father and the experience of stress that led Talal to schizophrenia. But we read about the relationship with the father below.

Some sources say that Talal’s childhood was badly affected by the fact that his stepmother, his wife’s second wife, and the mother of his second brother Naif lived with him. He became closer to his mother so much that she actually became his only friend and he tried to stay with her constantly. When his brother Nayf was born, much attention was paid to him and Talal was jealous. Naif was more sociable, cheerful and had many friends. Talal was more melancholy and prone to depression. King Abdullah was displeased with his son, he was annoyed that Talal did not like hunting and men’s entertainment but was constantly surrounded by women, reading books and communicating only with his mother. Every day the gap between father and son became more and more. They had nothing to talk about, nothing to discuss, and they had almost nothing in common. Abdullah could not find a common language with his son and was angry, and Talal did not understand how to please his father. As a result, Talal was sent to England to study but was not allowed to do what he wanted. Talal, strangely interested in agriculture, however, his father insisted on the military academy and said that it was not necessary for the princes to dig in the gardens (I’m already ironic about this).

After Talal’s return to Amman, Abdullah actually began to forget that he had an older son. Talal was forbidden to leave the palace and perform any public or state functions. Talal went to his grandfather in Cyprus, his grandfather happily loved, cherished and cherished. He lived in Cyprus after losing power in Egypt and all would be nothing, but three months after Talal’s arrival, the grandfather died. This even more seriously affected Talal’s psyche. He returned to Amman and asked his father to let him live not as a prince, but as an ordinary citizen, alone, away from the palace. Father was delighted and hoped that it would be beneficial to his son. Talal lived alone and was calm, but at heart he was worried that his father did not even remember.

With Father

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

One day my father decided to marry his son. He insisted on the return of his son to the palace and began to look for that bride, he really wanted grandchildren. At some point, Abdullah began to understand that he had missed a lot in the education of his son and therefore wanted in a good way "recoup one’s grandson". The first bride of Talal was a representative of the Hashemite dynasty. She was educated and was the daughter of Sharif Al Haidar, and her mother was an Englishwoman and insisted that her daughter not live in a palace and was Talal’s only wife. Talal was a sentimental man, he remembered how badly his mother suffered because of his father’s second wife and agreed to all the conditions showing respect for the wishes of his future wife. However, the father did not consent to the marriage, terminated the engagement and said that no one dares to give valuable instructions to the Jordanian royal family. As a result, he forced Talal to marry his relative Zain and they were married in 1934. Talal himself wrote in his memoirs that he was confident that the marriage with Zain was a huge mistake and an epic feil. We will write about Zane, good and there are a lot of photos and the information is enough. Until a couple of pictures just put.

Talal in Geneva, October 1952

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1

The king wanted to remove Talal from the line of inheritance and make the second son his heir. As we have already said, the complaisant, less educated and less progressive Naif. But the British intervened and did not allow this to happen. As often happens in any kipishah, there must necessarily be either American or British forces)) By the way Talal’s sons inherited his progressiveness, mainly it affected his son Hassan, who in a Muslim country, far from democracy, managed to create a society to protect women from domestic violence . This fund, as far as I know, is led now by Queen Rania.

Very often, these posts mention the book of King Hussein, in which he tells a lot about himself and his family. The book is called "Uneasy Lies the Head" and I hope I find it. There he talks about his father, that his grandfather was not happy with his eldest son, so he preferred first to the second son, and then to his grandson, the future King Hussein. It was the grandfather who led Hussein’s education. There was an episode when the teacher of Arabic was fired because Hussein could not retell the grandfather-king to several Arabic proverbs. In general, Talal somehow, unfortunately, passed by all of them. Even Jordanian sources claim that Hussein was closer to his mother and grandfather, but spoke little of his father and with reluctance.

Book. By the way the title of the book is a line by Shakespeare Uneasy Lies the Head that wears crown. It’s from "Henry 4" – But there is no rest in the head in the wreath (Pasternak’s translation)

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1Queen Zane with her son Hussein. 1941

1939 Hussein with his father Talal

Royal family of Jordan. The tragedy of King Talal. Part 1King Talal in Rome. 1952 Something only the link could add (

https: // www.youtube.com/ watch? v = DO2bWuRTzi8

There is reliable evidence that Talal twice tried to kill his wife in seizures. Moreover, he once started beating his 10 year old son Muhammad thinking that the child knows in detail about the attempts of the enemies to kill Talal himself. Naturally, this manifestation of his illness began to appear in a more mature age, I will write about this further. At the time of his father’s death and accordingly becoming King Talal was in a psychiatric clinic in Geneva. A large amount of information on Talal is classified until 2027, but something is already being laid out. Based on the fact that something is laid out, it is possible to make the post more meaningful.

In the next post, I will continue the story of the difficult life of Talal and how he gradually lost his mind. I think you will be interested. Especially not just the history of life but a whole archive of relationships between fathers and children.

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