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  1927 {{{2}}}, Muzahim al-Pachachi Muzahim al-Pachachi [1] {{{2}}}, Jafar al-Askari Jafar al-Askari {{{2}}}, Ramsay MacDonald Ramsay MacDonald   1928
  1935 {{{2}}}, Ali Jawdat al-Aiyubi Ali Jawdat al-Aiyubi ( * 1886 1969) ambassador to Great Britain (1935-1937) {{{2}}}, Yasin al-Hashimi Yasin al-Hashimi {{{2}}}, Stanley Baldwin Stanley Baldwin   1937
  1937 {{{2}}}, Nuri as-Said Nuri as-Said {{{2}}}, Jamil al-Midfai Jamil al-Midfai {{{2}}}, Arthur Neville Chamberlain Arthur Neville Chamberlain
  1938 {{{2}}}, Sayid Raouf Chadirji Sayid Raouf Chadirji Seyyid Rauf Bey Chadirji, and the Governor of Aden, Sir Bernard Reilly. {{{2}}}, Nuri as-Said Nuri as-Said {{{2}}}, Arthur Neville Chamberlain Arthur Neville Chamberlain   1940
  1941 {{{2}}}, Sayid Ata Amin Sayid Ata Amin {{{2}}}, Nuri as-Said Nuri as-Said {{{2}}}, Winston Churchill Winston Churchill   1943
  1944 {{{2}}}, Sayid Daud al Haidari Sayid Daud al Haidari 1941: Iraqi Minister at Teheran H. E. Sayid Daud al-Haidari has been made Iraqi Minister at Teheran. He is1 a member of a well-known Kurdish family, and a son of the late Ibrahim al-Haidari, who was Shaikh-al- Islam in the Turkish Government. {{{2}}}, Hamdi al-Pachachi Hamdi al-Pachachi {{{2}}}, Winston Churchill Winston Churchill   1945
  1946 {{{2}}}, Shakir el-Wadi Shakir el-Wadi Geschäftsträger {{{2}}}, Tawfiq al-Suwaidi Tawfiq al-Suwaidi {{{2}}}, Winston Churchill Winston Churchill
19. Dez. 1946 {{{2}}}, Zeid bin Hussein Zeid bin Hussein {{{2}}}, Tawfiq al-Suwaidi Tawfiq al-Suwaidi {{{2}}}, Winston Churchill Winston Churchill 14. Juli 1958
16. Juli 1963 {{{2}}}, Abd al-Rahman al-Bazzaz Abd al-Rahman al-Bazzaz (* 1913; † 1973) On 16 July Dr Abdel Rahman al-Bazzaz was appointed Ambassador to Britain and became the first to hold the post since Kassem withdrew his Ambassador in 1958. Later in the year the Foreign Minister had conversations with Mr Butler. {{{2}}}, Ahmad Hasan al-Bakr Ahmad Hasan al-Bakr {{{2}}}, Alec Douglas-Home Alec Douglas-Home
26. Juli 1978 {{{2}}}, Taha Ahmed al Dawood Taha Ahmed al Dawood Taha Ahmad Al-Da'ud {{{2}}}, Ahmad Hasan al-Bakr Ahmad Hasan al-Bakr {{{2}}}, James Callaghan James Callaghan
  1978 {{{2}}}, Hisham Ibrahim al Shawi Hisham Ibrahim al Shawi 1979 Mr Al-Shawi is the first Ambassador of Iraq to Ireland and is concurrently Iraqi Ambassador to Great Britain, where he is resident. {{{2}}}, Ahmad Hasan al-Bakr Ahmad Hasan al-Bakr {{{2}}}, James Callaghan James Callaghan   1982
12. Okt. 1982 {{{2}}}, Wahbi Abd ar-Razzaq Fattah al-Qaraghuli Wahbi Abd ar-Razzaq Fattah al-Qaraghuli {{{2}}}, Saddam Hussein Saddam Hussein {{{2}}}, Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
03. Sep. 1985 {{{2}}}, Abdul Amir Al-Anbari Abdul Amir Al-Anbari ( * 10. Oktober 1934) He served as ambassador to Great Britain (1985-1987) ANBARI, Abdul-Amir al-, S.J.D.; Iraqi diplomatist; b. 10 Oct. 1934; m.; one s. two d.; ed. Univ. of Bagdad and Harvard Univ.: 2001: Botschafter beim Heiligen Stuhl {{{2}}}, Saddam Hussein Saddam Hussein {{{2}}}, Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher   1987
  2012 {{{2}}}, Muhieddin Hussien Abdullah Al-Taaie Muhieddin Hussien Abdullah Al-Taaie Geschäftsträger {{{2}}}, Dschawad al-Maliki Dschawad al-Maliki {{{2}}}, David Cameron David Cameron
03. Juni 2013 {{{2}}}, Faik Ferik Abdileziz Nerweyi Faik Ferik Abdileziz Nerweyi {{{2}}}, Dschawad al-Maliki Dschawad al-Maliki {{{2}}}, David Cameron David Cameron

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  1. Muzahim al-Pachachi
  2. http://www.mofa.gov.iq/EN/theministry/amt.aspx