Saud bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud
-Saud bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud (5, September 1319 e/15 April 1902 – 6 November 1388 h/23 February 1969), King of Saudi Arabia from November 9, 1953 to November 2, 1964. He is the second son of sons of King Abdul Aziz Al Saud. Some of his wives and sacrificed bint Mohammed Al orayer and Sultana bin Saad and mounira Bint Saad. Born in the same year in which his father regained the King Abdul-Aziz Al Saud of Al Rashid. It is the only King of the Kings of Saudi Arabia which ended his isolation by the family, not the death.
-Born in Kuwait during the administration of his father there the night before opening his father Riyadh, Riyadh left open his mother sacrificed bint Mohammed Al orayer and her sons to Riyadh. He attended with his brother Prince Turki mother boards and governing bodies of his grandfather Abdul Rahman Al Saud, who was given care. After that chip started to gain the confidence of his father through the exercise of certain military and political tasks and management independently, and commissioned him tasks that earned statesmanship after foreign student in political science and diplomacy at the hands of Abdullah and Sheikh Hafez Al-damlugi, a gift from his father tile columns during that period.When was the age of thirteen years old his father sent him Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman to Qatar to meet with the new ruler Sheikh Abdulla bin Qassim Al Thani to filter and remove plaque in their relationship since the latter did not consider favourably the takeover of Abdul Aziz Al-Ahsa, and this task was the first diplomatic action. His father participated in the wars, and the battle of pod in 1915 was the first battle involving, and participated in the battle of aatab and other battles.
-Came to power after the death of his father King Abdel Aziz 2 Safar Ah 1373 November 9, 1953, he was appointed King on 4 Muharram 1373 Ah 11 August 1953.
-On February 23, 1969 died in Athens, Greece, and his body was moved to Mecca where he prayed in the mosque (Masjid Al Haram) and then buried in the cemetery of Oud. Mr. Mackie tells Michelle that Saudi television and radio announced the death and cut its normal display verses from the Quran, and the King Faisal attended the prayer also attended the burial.