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'''Yusuf al-'Azmah''' ({{lang-ar|يوسف العظمة}}, [[ALA-LC]]: ''Yūsuf al-‘Aẓmah''; 1883 – July 24, 1920) was the Syrian Minister of War and Chief of Staff under Prince (then King) Faisal (later to become [[Faisal I of Iraq]]) from 1918 to 1920.
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'''Yusuf al-'Azmah''' ({{lang-ar|يوسف العظمة}}, [[ALA-LC]]: ''Yūsuf al-‘Aẓmah''; 1883 – July 24, 1920) was the [[Syrian]] Minister of War and Chief of Staff under Prince (then King) Faisal (later to become [[Faisal I of Iraq]]) from 1918 to 1920.
   
 
Al-'Azmah graduated from the [[Kara Harp Okulu|Ottoman Military Academy]] in Istanbul in 1906. He served as a General in the [[Ottoman Empire|Ottoman]] army, and led the Ottoman army in the Caucasus, before joining the [[Arab revolt]] against the Ottomans which gave Syria its independence in 1918.{{Citation needed|date=November 2014}}
 
Al-'Azmah graduated from the [[Kara Harp Okulu|Ottoman Military Academy]] in Istanbul in 1906. He served as a General in the [[Ottoman Empire|Ottoman]] army, and led the Ottoman army in the Caucasus, before joining the [[Arab revolt]] against the Ottomans which gave Syria its independence in 1918.{{Citation needed|date=November 2014}}

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