The modern history of Egypt

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Praeger, 1969 - Egypt - 512 pages
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After an introduction giving a background resumé of the geography, people, and reaction to Islam and European contacts, the author chronologically treats Egyptian society over the last 150 years.

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Contents

Land and People
3
The Establishment of Islam in Egypt
13
The first European impact
33
Copyright

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JSTOR: The Modern History of Egypt
The Modern History of Egypt concludes with the possibly depressing thought that the inheritance from the past may well be more important in shaping Egypt's ...
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MO3315 - Reading List
Vatikiotis, pj, The modern history of Egypt, London 1969, (DT94.V2) revised edn. The history of Egypt: from Muhammad Ali to Sadat, London 1980) (DT107. ...
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Nasser's New Egypt: A Critical Analysis by Keith Wheelock at ...
Vatikiotis, The Modern History of Egypt (1980 2nd edn...productivity growth in Egypt averaged 5.0 per cent a year between 1970 and 1985, ...
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