One subject students will examine in GCSE History is the situation in Iraq, from 1991 up to the present day.
In 1991 a UN approved coalition of states used a land invasion to remove Iraqi forces from neighbouring Kuwait. The Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein remained, however, in power, until 2003 when President George Bush of the United States led a smaller coalition that removed him from power. The situation in Iraq has been unstable since then up to the present day.
Learn about how the situation in Iraq developed from the war of 1991 up to the present day in this quiz.
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