Nathan Saatchi, who fled Iraq to Britain, where his sons established a leading international advertising agency, died recently at 92. Saatchi left Baghdad in 1946 because of increasing government harassment of Iraqi Jews. In Britain, he bought cotton and wool mills before setting up an import-export business. His sons, Maurice and Charles, later established Saatchi & Saatchi.
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