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Childhood years[ edit ] Bourguiba was born in Monastir , the eighth and final son of Ali Bourguiba and Fatouma Khefacha. Bourguiba's official birthdate is 3 August , though he stated he was likely born a year earlier, on 3 August , or possibly Bourguiba's mother gave birth to him when she was 40, which, according to Bourguiba, was a source of great shame for her. His father, who was 53 years old, wondered whether he could raise him properly.
Despite financial hardship, Ali Bourguiba gave great importance to the education of his children. He was enrolled in the army by general Ahmed Zarrouk, and spent nineteen years of his life campaigning before retiring. Around the time Bourguiba was born, his father became councilman, and was, therefore, part of the notables of the city. This allowed him to improve both his financial and social situation and permitted to provide a modern education future for his last son, just like his brother.
The young boy was profoundly affected by the separation from his mother at that early age. Meanwhile, Habib settled in the wealthy neighbourhood of Tourbet el Bey in the medina of Tunis , where his brother, M'hamed, rented a lodging on Korchani Street. As the school year began, his brother enrolled him in Sadiki College where the superintendent described him as "turbulent but studious".
At the end of the holiday season, he returned to Tunis where, after classes, he used to wander around in the streets. On Thursdays, he watched the bey chair the weekly seals ceremony. The Jellaz demonstrations of and the resulting execution of Manoubi Djarjar that followed influenced his nascent political opinions.
His mother died in November , when he was 10 years old. Budgetary restrictions, enacted in order to support the war effort , contributed to malnutrition and inadequate supplies. These circumstances led students to protest, and Bourguiba soon came to participate. At school, one of his professors taught him the art of French writing and, indirectly, Arab literature.