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Sultan Ismail Al-Tauyubak ibni Ibrahim Al-Masyhur, KBE, CMG (lahir 28 Oktober 1894 – meninggal 10 Mei 1981 pada umur 86 tahun) adalah Sultan Johor ke-23 di Malaysia.

Yang Mulia Almarhum Sultan Ismail
Sultan Johor
Masa kekuasaan1959–1981
Dinobatkan10 Februari 1960
Nama lengkapIsmail Al-Tauyubak ibn Ibrahim Al-Masyhur
GelarSultan Johor (1959–1981):
Duli Yang Maha Mulia Al-Marhum Sultan Sir Ismail Al-Tauyubak ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Sir Ibrahim Al-Masyhur, DK, DMN, SMN, SPMJ[1][2]
Tunku Mahkota of Johor (1895–1959):
Yang Mulia Tunku Mahkota dari Johor Tunku Ismail ibni Ibrahim[3]
Lahir(1894-10-28)28 Oktober 1894
Tempat lahirIstana Semayam, Johor
Wafat10 Mei 1981(1981-05-10) (umur 86)
Tempat wafatJohor Bahru, Johor
PendahuluSultan Ibrahim
Tengku Mahkota[4]Sultan Iskandar (1959-61; 1981)
Tunku Abdul Rahman (1961-1981)[4]
PenggantiSultan Iskandar
PasanganSultanah Tun Aminah (1920-77)
Sultanah Nora (1977-81)
WangsaDinasti Temenggong[5]
AyahSultan Ibrahim

Kehidupan awalSunting

Tunku Ismail lahir pada tanggal 28 Oktober 1894 di Istana Semayam, Johor dan putra tertua dari Tunku Ibrahim (kemudian Sultan Ibrahim) dari istri pertamanya, Sultanah Ungku Maimunah binti Ungku Abdul Majid.[6][7]

CatatanSunting

  1. ^ The Statesman's Year-book: Statistical and Historical Annual of the States of the World for the Year 1981-1982 (1981), pg 821
  2. ^ In Islamic cultures, the title Al-Marhum means "to one whom mercy has been shown. This is used for Muslim rulers who are deceased. Islamic Names: An Introduction, Schimmel, pg 59
  3. ^ Colonial Reports - Annual (1939), pg 69
  4. ^ a b Tengku is spelled as Tunku in Johor. K.N. Nadarajah, pg 50
  5. ^ Nadarajah, pg 44
  6. ^ Johor14 retrieved January 6, 2008
  7. ^ Johor12 retrieved January 26, 2009

ReferensiSunting

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  • Bayly, Christopher Alan; Harper, Timothy Norman, Forgotten Armies: The Fall of British Asia, 1941-1945, Harvard University Press, 2005, ISBN 0-674-01748-X
  • Colonial Reports - Annual, by Great Britain Colonial Office, published by H.M. Stationery Office, 1939
  • Information Malaysia, published by Berita Publications Sdn. Bhd., 1985
  • Kratoska, Peter H., South East Asia, Colonial History: Peaceful Transitions to Independence (1945–1963), Taylor & Francis, 2001, ISBN 0-415-24784-5
  • Makepeace, Walter; Brooke, Gilbert Edward, One Hundred Years of Singapore: Being Some Account of the capital of the Straits Settlements from its foundation by Sir Stamford Raffles on the 6th February 1819 to the 6th February 1919, published by J. Murray, 1921
  • Martin, Frederick; Keltie, John Scott; Anderson, Parker Isaac; Renwick, Mortimer Epstein; Steinberg, Sigfrid Henry; Paxton, John; Turner, Barry, The Statesman's Year-book: Statistical and Historical Annual of the States of the World for the Year 1981-1982, published by St. Martin's Press, 1981
  • Morais, John Victor, The Who's who in Malaysia, published by Solai Press., 1965
  • Morais, John Victor, The Who's Who, Malaysia and Singapore, published by J. Victor Morais, 1969
  • Morais, John Victor, Who's who in Malaysia & Singapore, by John Victor Morais, published by Who's Who Publications., 1979
  • Morais, John Victor, Who's who in Malaysia ... & profiles of Singapore, published by Who's Who Publications, 1982
  • Schimmel, Annemarie, Islamic Names: An Introduction, published by Edinburgh University Press, 1989, ISBN 0-85224-563-7
  • Nadarajah, Nesalmar, Johore and the Origins of British Control, 1895-1914, published by Arenabuku, 2000
  • Nadarajah, K.N, Tengku Ahmad Rithauddeen His Story, published by Pelanduk Publications, 2000, ISBN 967-978-709-5
  • Ong, Pamela Siew Im, One Man's Will: A Portrait of Dato' Sir Onn bin Ja'afar, 1998, ISBN 983-808-053-5
  • Sopiee, Mohamed Noordin, From Malayan Union to Singapore Separation: Political Unification in the Malaysia Region, 1945-65, University Malaya Press, 2005, ISBN 983-100-194-X
Gelar kebangsawanan
Didahului oleh:
Sultan Ibrahim
Sultan Johor
1959-1981
Diteruskan oleh:
Sultan Iskandar