The following photographs from the years 1950 to 1959 show how beautiful and peaceful Iraq once was.
A land located between the Euphrates and Tigris, also called 'Mesopotamia' or two-stream-land, with a culture that goes back many thousands of years and is one of the origins of human civilization and the earliest advanced civilization.
Parsifal, June 20, 2014
The below photo shows a view of the port city of Basra in southern Iraq, which was regarded as the Venice of the Middle East:
Baghdadi Jews celebrating in 1952
Baghdadi Railway Central Station, 1952
Baghdad was already a modern city with a functioning infrastructure:
oops ! this is a record-store in Kabul, Afghanistan in the 1950's
The great misfortune for Iraq was the discovery of oil in the 20's of the last century.
The reserves are now among the largest in the world.
Thus, the Western powers were aware of the richness and western interference, control and exploitation began.
The policy of financial criminals on Wall Street and City Of London was already that the oil does not belong to the country, but the western oil corporations.
In order to enable the theft of resources...