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Bitar, Atassi, Nasser and Aflaq, 1963

Bitar, Atassi, Nasser and Aflaq, 1963

A meeting between the Syrian delegation and Egyptian/United Arab Republic President Gamal Abdel Nasser in the context of the triparititie unity talks between Egypt, Syria and Iraq. From left to right: Prime Mi... More

President Gamal Abdul Nasser with Baath Party founders Michel Aflaq and Salah al-Bitar in 1958

President Gamal Abdul Nasser with Baath Party founders Michel Aflaq an...

President Gamal Abdul Nasser with Baath Party founders Michel Aflaq and Salah al-Bitar in 1958 / Aflaq (left) and Bitar were prime advocates of the Syrian-Egyptian Union and dissolved their party at will for t... More

Aflaq

Aflaq

Michel Aflaq, scanned image from old magazine

Asad Talas 5

Asad Talas 5

العربية: ميشيل عفلق (في اليمين) ثم سامي الحناوي ثم محمد أسعد طلس ويظهر أيضا في اليسار صلاح الدين البيطار لابسا الطربوش في عقد الأربعينات من القرن العشرين

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq in the late 1930s

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq in the late 1930s

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq in the late 1930s / At the time, Aflaq was teaching history and philosophy at the Tajheez School in Damascus

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq with Iraqi President Ahmad Hasan al-Bakr in Baghdad in 1968

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq with Iraqi President Ahmad Hasan al-B...

Browse By Era Browse By Theme Browse By Country Browse By People Newsletter Join our mailing list Email* Subscribe Unsubscribe Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq (right) with Iraqi President Ahmad Hasan al-... More

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in 1979

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein i...

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in 1979

Hawrani Aflaq 1957

Hawrani Aflaq 1957

Akram al-Hawrani (left) with Michel Aflaq, founder of the Baath Party, in 1957. The two leaders were vehemently Arab nationalist and worked relentlessly to drive Syria towards Arab nationalism and an alliance ... More

Iraqi President Saddam Hussein with Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq in 1979

Iraqi President Saddam Hussein with Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq i...

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in Baghdad 1979

Maflaq

Maflaq

Michel Aflaq (1901-1989), the founder and secretary-general of the Baath Party in Syria, from 1943-1966.

Michel Aflaq and Salah Jadid in 1963

Michel Aflaq and Salah Jadid in 1963

Baath Party strongmen Michel Aflaq (left) and Salah Jadid (right) in 1963 / This photo was taken shortly after the Baath came to power on March 8, 1963

سامي الحناوي

سامي الحناوي

العربية: سامي الحناوي في وسط الصورة وعن يسارهِ باللباس العسكري مرافقه خالد جادا وعن يمينهِ ميشيل عفلق وأسعد طلس وصلاح الدين البيطار في لقاء سياسي بدمشق في عقد الخمسينيات من القرن العشرين

Aflaq funeral

Aflaq funeral

scanned image from old magazine, in the center Saddam Hussein (right) and Izzat Ibrahim ad-Duri (left) العربية: الرئيس العراقي صدام حسين مع عزت الدوري في موكب جنازة ميشيل عفلق وهما يحملان النعش في المقدمة

Baath National Command

Baath National Command

Members of the National Command of the Arab Socialist Ba'th Party (Iraqi wing): Party founder and General Secretary Michel Aflaq (left), Iraqi Vice president Saddam Hussein (second line), Assistant General Sec... More

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq in Iraq

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq in Iraq

Michel Aflaq (1910-1989) the founder of the Baath Party who was exiled to Iraq after the Baath coup of 1966 and remained in exile until his death.

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in 1988

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein i...

Baath Party founder Michel Aflaq (left) with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein (right) in 1988

Leaders of July 14 1958 Revolution

Leaders of July 14 1958 Revolution

Leaders of the July 14, 1958 revolution in Iraq, including Khaled al-Naqshabendi (front row, left), Abd as-Salam Arif (back row, second from left), Abd al-Karim Qasim (back row, third from left) and Muhammad Na... More