Historical Dictionary of Egypt

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Scarecrow Press, 1994 - Reference - 369 pages
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Goldschmidt's style is readable and clear....this is a well-done reference work, invaluable for understanding current events. --G. Walsh, CHOICE The authors combine an ability to write simply and clearly with an encyclopedic knowledge of modern Egyptian history. The Dictionary ought to become a standard handy reference for readers ranging from high school students to Egyptian specialists. --Donald Malcolm Reid, MESA BULLETIN ...clearly written entries...it is a strong basic reference source. --ARBA

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Contents

Introduction
1
Dictionary
19
Bibliography
311
Annexes
368
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Arthur Goldschmidt Jr. is professor emeritus of Middle East history at Penn State University. He obtained a Ph.D. in history and Middle East studies from Harvard University and is the author of several books, including A Concise History of the Middle East and Modern Egypt: Foundation of a Nation-State. He is the recipient of the Amoco Foundation Award for Outstanding Teaching and of the Middle East Studies Association's mentoring award.

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