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Egypt from the Napoleonic Wars Down to Cromer and Allenby


Young brings a fresh judgment on Egyptian nationalism, discovering ampler grounds for hope than his countrymen are wont to conceive. He enters the controversial field of the relations hereafter to be established between Britain, Egypt and the Sudan.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 1-931956-88-X
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Dec 1,2002
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 356
ISBN: 1-931956-88-X
$116.00
$81.20
Young brings a fresh, independent judgment on the growth of Egyptian nationalism, discovering grounds for hope than his countrymen are wont to conceive. He quits the past for the future and enters the frankly controversial field of the relations hereafter to be established between Britain, Egypt, and the Sudan.

Young brings a fresh, independent judgment on the growth of Egyptian nationalism, discovering grounds for hope than his countrymen are wont to conceive. He quits the past for the future and enters the frankly controversial field of the relations hereafter to be established between Britain, Egypt, and the Sudan.

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George Young

  • Editor's Introduction
  • Author's Introduction
  • The Birth of Modern Egypt: Napoleon-Mehemet Ali-Palmerston
  • Bankrupts and Brokers: Abbas-Said-Ismail
  • The British Occupation: Tewfik-Arabi-Gladstone
  • Egypt and the Sudan: The Mahdi-Gordon
  • Financial Reconstruction: Cromer
  • Nationalist Renascence: Abbas-Gorst-Kitchener
  • The War: Hussein-Rushdi
  • Rebellion and Independence: Wingate-Allenby
  • The Kingdom of Egypt: Fuad-Zaglul
  • England and Egypt: "Where are thy wise men?"
  • Egypt and the Sudan