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Qaddafi, Muammar

LC control no.n 81068638
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LC classificationPJ7858.A2595
Personal name headingQaddafi, Muammar
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Variant(s)Gadhafi, Moʼammar
Kaddafi, Muammar
Каддафи, Муаммар
Qadhafi, Muammar
Kadhafi, Moammar
Gadafi, Muammar
Qadāfī, Muʼammar
قدافي، معمر
Gaddafi, Moamar
Khaddafi, Muammar
Ḳad'afi, Muʻamar al-
Ghaddafy, Muammar
Ghadafi, Muammar
Ghaddafi, Muammar
Kaddafi, Muamar
Quathafi, Muammar
Gheddafi, Muammar
Khadafy, Moammar
Qudhafi, Moammar
Qathafi, Mu'Ammar el
Kadaffi, Momar
Kazzafi, Moammar
Kadhafi, Mouammar
Gathafi, M. Al
Gathafi, Muammar
Gheddafi, Muhammar
Qadhdhāfī, Muʻammar
قذافي، معمد
al-Qadhdhāfī, Muʻammar
القذافي، معمر
El Kadhafi, Moammar
El Kazzafi, Moamer
Al Qathafi, Muʼammar
El Qathafi, Mu'Ammar
El Gaddafi, Moamar
al-Qadhafi, Muammar
Al-Gathafi, Muammar
Al Gathafi, M. (Muammar)
Al-Kadhafi, Mouamar
al-Qadhdhāfī, Muʻammar Muhammad Abū Minyār
معمر محمد أبو منيار، القذافي‎
Moammar Kadhafi
Muʼammar al-Qadafi
Moamer El Kazzafi
Moamar al-Gaddafi
Muʼammar Al Qathafi
Moʼammar el-Gadhafi
Muammar Kaddafi
Муаммар Каддафи
Moamar El Kadhafi
Muammar al-Qadhafi
Muʻammar al-Qadhdhāfī
معمر القذافي
Muammar al-Khaddafi
Muʻamar al-Ḳad'afi
Muammar Ghaddafy
Muammar Ghadafi
Muammar Ghaddafi
Muamar Al-Kaddafi
Muammar Quathafi
Muammar Gheddafi
Moamar el Gaddafi
Muammar Al-Gathafi
Muammar el Gheddafi
قدف، معمر
قذافى، معمر
Muʻammar Muhammad Abū Minyār al-Qadhdhāfī
معمر محمد أبو منيار القذافي‎
Associated countryLibya
Birth date1942-06-07
Death date2011-10-20
Place of birthSurt (Libya)
AffiliationLibyan Military Academy in Benghazi Free Officers Movement (Organization) 53-nation African Union (Organization)
Profession or occupationPublic officers Dictators
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inHis Evacuation day of American troops ... 1971.
Calderón, H. Khaddafi, la Operación "Jerusalén," 1981: t.p. (Khaddafi) p. 4 of cover (Muammar Khaddafi)
Enc. Brit., 1977 (Muʼammar al-Qaddafi)
Gera, G. Derekh Ḳad'afi be-Luv, 1983: front matter (Muʻamar al-Ḳad'afi)
Comm. for the Defence of Human Rights & Polit. Prisoners in Libya. Selected ducuments, 1981: p. 1, etc. (Muammar Ghaddafy; Muammar Ghadafi; Muammar Ghaddafi; Muamar Al-Kaddafi; Muammar Quathafi; Muammar Gheddafi)
His Ārāʼ jadīdah fī al-sūq wa-al-taʻbiyah wa-mabādiʼ al-ḥarb, 1981: t.p. (Mulāzim Awwal Muʻammar Muḥammad Abū Minyār al-Qadhdhāfī, معمر محمد أبو منيار القذافي‎)
Swisher, R.K. Kill Kadaffi, 1986: p. 4 of cover (Colonel Momar Kadaffi)
Muscat, F. September one, c1981: p. v (mu'Ammar el Qathafi)
Charvin, R. Le syndrôme Kadhafi, 1988, c1987: p. 7 (Moammar Kadhafi)
Brill, H. Libyens Aussen- und Sicherheitspolitik, 1988: t.p. (Moamar el Gaddafis ...)
His Opinions on military command, 19--: t.p. (Moammar Kazzafi)
Muhammar Gheddafi et la nuova Libia, 2001.
His Green book, 1980?-: t.p. (Muammar al-Qadhhafi)
International Symposium on the Thought of Muammar Al-Gathafi "The Green Book" (1st : 1983 : Banghāzī, Libya). al-Taʻlīm, 1984.
Dans le concert des nations, c2004: t.p. (Mouammar Kadhafi) p. 4 of cover (b. 1942)
The Green book, 2005: t.p. (M. Al Gathafi)
New York times WWW site, Oct. 21, 2011 (in obituary published Oct. 20; Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi; b. 1942, near Surt (some sources give the date as June 7); d. Thursday [Oct. 20, 2011], aged 69; erratic, provocative dictator who ruled Libya for 42 years)
Gheddafi, c2011: p. 4 of cover (Muammar el Gheddafi)
Vie et mort de Mouamar Al-Kadhafi, 2012
Sverzhenie Muammara Kaddafi, 2012: t.p. (...Муаммара Каддафи = ...Muammara Kaddafi)
Africana: The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience, Second Edition, accessed March 13, 2015, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Qaddafi, Muammar al; Moammar Gadhafi; Mu'ammar al-Qadhdafi; government official, dictator, commander in chief; born 1942 in Surt, Libya; entered the Libyan Military Academy in Benghazi (1961); co-founded a student military group "Free Officers Movement"; the group seized power in a bloodless coup (1969) and he gained control; outlawed the politically influential Islamic Sanusi sect; instituted the People's Committees (1973); took the title Leader of the Revolution; published The Green Book (1976); negotiated political mergers with Egypt, Syria, Tunisia, Chad, Morocco, and Algeria (1970s), issued an official declaration announcing the end of Libya's anti-Western policies (2000); submitted an editorial to the New York Times indicating he was in favor of a single-state solution in Israel (2009); was elected chairman of the African Union (2009))
Not found inCollier's, 1973; Americana, 1975.