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Full text of "The Egyptian Problem"

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Allenby (cont.)
282-3; Guildhall speech of, 263 ; and the El Azhar incident, 266-7; and the co-operative movement, 286; on the Beirut murders, 184; tributes paid by, to the Egyptian I/abour and Transport Corps, 139 American Civil War, effect of, on
Egyptian revenue, 25 Amos, Sheldon, 220 Anglo-Egyptian       Administration, characteristics of, 211, 286 Bureaucracy,      evolution      and growth of, 49, 81, 85, 101, 150, 151-2, 212 sqq., 215, 259,281,296; Commission on,  desirable,   306;   criticisms   on,   85,   104   sqq., 211-12, 215, 216, see also Anglo-Egyptian relations Civil  Service,  214;    during the
War, 217-18
Commission of 1918 on Constitutional Reforms, Note based on, 145-6
Relations, social and official, 74, 85, 95, 103 sqq., 137, 150, 153, 175, 209, 211-12, 215
Anglo-French Agreement, the (1904), 44, 46, 57, 63, 82, 98, 102, 207, 228, 295
Relations in Egypt, prior to the Agreement of 1904, 52, 54-7, 82, 207, 295
Anglo-Persian Agreement, 252, 308
Annexation, British Government's
shrinking from, 44, 124-5,
301
Anti-Foreign spirit   of   the   mob,
autumn, 1919, 248 Arab Conquest of Egypt, 2, 13-14 Arabi Pasha, 69;   mutiny led by, 38 sqq., 56, 76,  150, 180, as WAI* ivn~'--«•--
* Armenians in Egypt, 158; murderii
of, at Cairo, 196       '        \ Arminjon, Professor, on the daily life of nn El Azhar Student, 237-8
Armistice, the, J42, 283 Army supplies, actual nature of, in
Egypt, 135
Artin (Yakub Pasha), 13 Asia   Minor,   Ibrahim's   Campaign
in, 9
Assiut,  184 ; rebellion at,  185-6; local bar at, and the Miner Commission, 264 Assiut Barrage, the, 72     • Assuan Dam, the, 51, 71, 72, 102 ;
heightening of, 101 Azhar, El, Mahomedan University, influence exercised by, educationally and poBticaJfp, 4,   131,   156-7,   182,   225, 233 sqq., 240 ;   Mohamed Abdu's  influence   at,   97, 239, 240;   Abbas Hilmi's authority over, 118;  attitude of, to the Protectorate and    to   the   Nationalist movement,  a   centre   of Anti-British agitation, 150, 164,  177,   180,   195,   241, 246,    248,    266-7,   281; poverty of professors and students of, 242; attitude of, to the Miner Commission, 246
oa.tryq.,  £t>,   76,   150,   180,
as War Minister, relations with the Nationalist movement,  40-1,  94,  96,   159, 268, surrender of, 65; later views of, 42, 309 Arabia, hegemony of, 6 Arabic,   the   common   tongue   in Egypt, 156 ;  classical and vernacular, 229 ; as teaching medium, 229;   grammar of, as taught at El Azhar, 236, 238
Baker, Sir Samuel, 24, 49
Balfour, Rt. Hon. A. J"., on British
supremacy in Egypt, 258 Balkan States (see also Middle East), education in, amount allocated for, 222;   effect in, of the British Protectorate of Egypt, 124 Balkan Wars, and the Young Turks,
153 Baring, Sir Evelyn, "see Cromer, 1st
Earl of
Bassal (Hamid el, Pasha), and Egyptian Independence, 148, 149
Beaconsfield, Earl of, purchase by, of Suez Canal Shares, 26-7 «•    A pronouncement to this effect was drafted by the