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Mohammed Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan, signed FDR FDC with Documentation

Mohammed Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan, signed FDR FDC with Documentation
Mohammed Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan, signed FDR FDC with Documentation

Mohammed Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan, signed FDR FDC with Documentation

Mohammed Ayub Khan, Second President of Pakistan, autographed 6c Franklin D. Crisp signature on cacheted & unaddressed cover, light paper clip impression at bottom far away from autograph, tiny speck stain 10mm below horizontal line in signature, otherwise VF. Original enclosure accompanies for authentation. ; 14 May 1907 19 April 1974, widely known as. Ayub Khan , was the first.

He assumed power in the. 1958 Pakistani coup d'├ętat. Serving in office until his forced resignation amid a popular uprising in 1969. As an officer in the. He joined the armed forces of the newly formed state of.

In 1947, and became its chief military commander in. He was appointed as the first native.

Of the Pakistan Army in 1951 by the then- Prime Minister. In a controversial promotion over several senior officers. President Iskander Mirza's decision to declare. In 1958 was supported by Ayub, whom Mirza declared chief martial law administrator. Two weeks later, Ayub deposed Mirza in a.

He relinquished the post of army chief to General. Ayub continued his predecessors' policy of an.

Access to facilities inside Pakistan, most notably the. While relations deteriorated with the. With India, ending in a. Making the country one of Asia's fastest-growing economies.

Projects, including canals, dams and power stations, began. And gave less priority to.

Of 1965, Ayub's standing began to slide amid allegations of widespread. To end the war, many Pakistanis considered an embarrassing compromise and demonstrations across the country over rising prices, including those led by. Increased dramatically from 1967 onwards. In 1969, Ayub resigned and handed over power to General. Who declared martial law for the second time. Following ill health, Ayub died in 1974.

His legacy remains mixed; he is credited with economic prosperity and what supporters dub "the decade of development", but is criticized for beginning the first of the army's incursions into civilian politics, and policies that later led to the. The item "Mohammed Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan, signed FDR FDC with Documentation" is in sale since Monday, July 27, 2015. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Other Political Autographs". The seller is "varisell" and is located in Palos Verdes Peninsula, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.


Mohammed Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan, signed FDR FDC with Documentation