Jamalul Kiram II

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Sultan Jamalul Kiram II with William Howard Taft of the Philippine Commission in Jolo, Sulu (27 March 1901)

Jamalul Kiram II was Sultan of Sulu and North Borneo (1894–1936).[1] During his long reign, he signed several treaties with different nations.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Omar, Ibrahim S (2018). Diary of a Colonized Native: (Years of Hidden Colonial Slavery). Singapore: Partridge Publishing. ISBN 9781543743272. Retrieved February 22, 2020.