2 edition of Egypt in the Sudan, 1820-1881 found in the catalog.
Egypt in the Sudan, 1820-1881
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FROST-BOOK: More Scott Library. Location and Availability; Location Call Number Status Holds Egypt and the Sudan: studies in history and politics / Gabriel R. Warburg. -- DT W23 Egypt in the Sudan, -- DT H5 Gordon at Khartoum: being a personal narrative of events. Cruise Ships in Egypt: Steam Ship Sudan. Built in as a gift for King Fouad and launched as a cruise vessel in , the Steam Ship Sudan retains the Belle Epoch grace that inspired Agatha Christie to write Death on the Nile. The ship plies the Nile on five-night cruises that launch from either from either Luxor or Aswan.
Egypt was declared a republic on J , and Nasser became prime minister. He was the first native Egyptian to rule Egypt in more than 2, years. Under Nasser, Egypt signed an agreement with Britain in that ended the union of Egypt and Sudan, resulting in independence for Sudan a few years later. For his ambitions outside Egypt see Richard L. Hill, Egypt in the Sudan, (). Tom Little, Modern Egypt (), and John Marlowe, A History of Modern Egypt and Anglo-Egyptian Relations, (2d ed. ), provide good background information on 19th century Egypt.
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Egypt in the Sudan, (Middle Eastern monographs) Hardcover – January 1, by Richard Leslie Hill (Author)3/5(1). Egypt in the Sudan, (Middle Eastern Monographs, 2.) by Richard Leslie Hill (Author)Cited by: Egypt in the Sudan, Volume 2 of Middle Eastern monographs: Author: Richard Leslie Hill: Contributor: Royal Institute of International Affairs: Publisher: Oxford University Press, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
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The The Conquest of the S udan by th e Wali of Egypt, Muhammad Ali Pash a, ̶ 'Today, a technocratic, economistic vision of a modern Sudan is a half-remembered dream. Alden Young’s superb book - a combination of political economy and cultural history - brings into focus the important but neglected story of how the country was once a model of planned development, led by an elite of Sudanese and British economists.'.
In his book, The British, the Slave Trade, and Slavery in the Sudan,Abbas Ibrahim Muhammad Ali has given an extended review of the British literature about slavery in the Sudan during the first colonial period, seeking to discern and neutralize its more promi-nent biases, and to render it useful as a tool for the scientific historian.
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A History of South Sudan: From Slavery to Independence is the first book to offer a comprehensive overview of South Sudan's contemporary predicament and its relationship to a history of oppressive authoritarian rule.
Hill, Richard 's Egypt in the Sudan – (London, ) Gray, Richard, A History of the Southern Sudan – Egypt in the Sudan (Middle Eastern Monographs, 2.) by Richard Leslie Hill (Hardcover - April ) The Government They Deserve: The Role of the Elite in Sudan's Political Economy by Mansour Khalid (Hardcover - July ) The Golden Trade of the Moors: West African Kingdoms in the Fourteenth Century by Edward William Bovill, Robin Hallett.
In the Sudan in an obscure son of a carpenter pronounced himself the ‘Mahdi or ‘Guided One of the Prophet, the long-expected Messiah of the Islamic faith. His influence was so strong that Egypt (co-ruled by Britain and France) was plunged into war. Robert Wilkinson-Latham provides an absorbing account of the Sudan campaigns, including the Price: $ 'The Nile waters are central to the politics of north-east Africa, and Sudan is central to the hydropolitics of the Nile.
Harry Verhoeven’s superb study reaches deep into the complex issues of water, religion, and political power that have shaped the Islamist regime in Khartoum and reveals both its ambitions and its looming failure.'Cited by: 7.
Sudan, country located in northeastern name Sudan derives from the Arabic expression bilād al-sūdān (“land of the blacks”), by which medieval Arab geographers referred to the settled African countries that began at the southern edge of the Sahara. For more than a century, Sudan—first as a colonial holding, then as an independent country—included its neighbour South Sudan.
The Sudan memoirs of Carl Christian Giegler Pasha, / Author: edited by Richard Hill ; translated from the German by Thirza Küpper ; with a foreword by Heidi Groha. --Publication info: London: Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press, c Format: Book.
Egypt and the Sudan; Handbook for Travellers book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This work has been selected by scholars as be 5/5(1). Holt and M.W. Daly - A History of the Sudan, from the Coming of Islam to the Present Day, 4th ed.
P.M. Holt - The Mahdist State in the Sudan, A Study of Its Origins, Development, and Overthrow, 2nd ed. Michael Barthorp's "War on the Nile: Britain, Egypt and the Sudan " is essentially a military history of the British Empire's war with the 'Jihad' of the Victorian Era.
Now this book does an excellent and concise accounting of the British involvement in Egypt and their military operations against the 'Mahdi'/5. Similar Items. Egypt in the Sudan, by: Hill, Richard Leslie. Published: () Sudan, the Christian design: a study of the missionary factor in Sudan's cultural and political integration: / by: Ahmed, Hassan Makki Mohamed.
Published: ().The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (Arabic: السودان الإنجليزي المصري as-Sūdān al-Inglīzī al-Maṣrī) was a condominium of the United Kingdom and Egypt in the eastern Sudan region of northern Africa between andbut in practice the structure of Capital: Khartoum.Egypt gave up its attempt to colonize that area.
Sudan is involved due to Egyptian control over Sudan. Sudanese War ()--The Sudanese "Mahdi", a religious leader, began a rebellion against Egyptian control of the Sudan.
At this time, Egypt was effectively a protectorate of the British, who sent forces to aid the Egyptians.