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from the burdens of the war.   We had done ^fco gain the confidence of the educated classes, at the maintenance of even a veiled been steadily increasing even before the we had for the first time profoundly estranged -ttltural masses that form the vast majority of theion and medical treatment were terribly inadequate, but one must remember that Egyptians of the fellaheen class have not yet learnt to set much store by such matters, except when they are the actual sufferers, and the very great frequency of re-enlistments, which were certainly voluntary, shows that the Egyptian Labour Corps had few serious grievances at the front.