Yusef o Morocco
Sultan Yusef ben Hassan (1882–November 17, 1927) (Arabic:السلطان يوسف بن الحسن) ruled the French Protectorate o Morocco frae 1912 till his daith in 1927. Born in the ceety o Meknes tae Sultan Hassan I, he inheritit the throne frae his brither, Sultan Abdelhafid, who abdicatit efter the Treaty o Fez (1912), which made Morocco a French protectorate. He wis a member oi the Alaouite Dynasty.
Yusef's reign wis turbulent an markt wi frequent uprisings against Spain an Fraunce. The maist serious o these wis a Berber uprisin in the Rif Mountains, led bi Abd el-Krim. Though this originally began in the Spainyie-controlled aurie in the north o the kintra, it reached tae the French-controlled aurie till a coalition o Fraunce an Spain finally defeatit the rebels in 1925. Tae ensure his awn safety, Yusef moved the court frae Fez tae Rabat, which haes served as the caipital o the kintra iver since.
- Order o Blood o Tunisie
- Grand Cross o the Legion d'Honneur o Fraunce-1912
- Knight Grand Cross o the Order o St Michael an St George (GCMG)-1917
- Grand Cross o the Order o Saints Maurice an Lazarus o the Kinrick o Italy
- Grand Cordon o the Order o the Croun o Belgium
- Grand Cross o the Order o Isabella the Catholic o the Kinrick o Spain
- Grand Cordon o the Order o Muhammad Ali o the Kinrick o Egyp
See an aaEedit
- Morocco Alaoui dynasty Archived 2005-08-29 at the Wayback Machine
- History of Morocco Archived 2007-03-29 at the Wayback Machine
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