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Full text of "The Egyptian Problem"

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" Decision " of Egyptian Ministers (Aug. 6, 1914), 122
Declaration of British Policy as to Protectorate, issued by AUenby, Nov., 1919, 255, 258, 261, 281, 302; text, 256
Deirut, murders at, during the rebellion, 183-4, 185
Delta, the, 286 ,• irrigation in, 71, 101; riots in, 179, 181, 186, 188
Democratic Institutions in " unripe " countries, Nationalist leaders on, 252 ; introduction of, in Egypt and India 261-2
Denshawi incident, the, 93
Deportation of Notoriously Dangerous Persons, Law authorizing, 163
Dervishes, the, in the Sudan, 50, 51
Dirt and Disease in Egypt, 162
Divorce, Mahomedan, 167
Domiciliary Visits, regulations on, of the Capitulations, 58, 61 sqq.
Dominion policy for Egypt, 301-2
Dufferin and Ava, 1st Marquis of, 41; Anglo-Egyptian policy inspired by, 66; Report of (1883), 87
Dunlop, Mr., Educational Adviser, 220
Economic Dependence of Egypt on Foreigners and Foreign lands, 173 sqq,
Education
Mahomedan  (see  also  Aahar,
El), 233 sqq.
Scientific, under Ismail, 29-31 Western (see also School-children, Schools, Students, & Teachers) ; efforts for, of Mehemet Ali, 16-17, 76, 226; resort for, to Europe, 17, 86, 118, 165-226, 230; British failure in, and parsimony concerning, 77, 171, 212, 213, 214, 215, 219, 220, 221 sqq., 231, 242; effects
Education (cont.) Egyptian (cont.} Western (cont.)
of, §7, 90, 91, 150, 296; enlarged powers as to, of Provincial Councils, 109, 222 f small numbers reached by, 156-7 ; scant support of, by Egyptians, 171-2; British Adviser on, 220, 232-3 ; primaty object of, 226-7 ; handicap on, of the language question, 228-9; effect on, of the War, 229-30 ; • forces antagonistic to,
233 Commercial and  Technical,
225 Commission  on, Report «f,
and scheme of, 222-3 Elementary, 221; allocation for, 223; present state of, 231 Higher, 221 ;   inadequacy
of, 223 Female,    165-6,    167,   221
230-1
Male, 221 sqq.
Ministry of, Last Report to, of the British Adviser, 224
Egypt, merged in the Ottoman Empire, 1; never independent since the Persian Conquest, 2; autonomy of, secured by Mehemet Ali, limitations of, 12, 20 ; status of (see autonomy, supra], before and during the JBritish Occupation, 53, 63, 92-3; Pashalik of, made hereditary in the family of Mehemet Ali, 12 ; strategical importance of, 43 ; driven from the Sudan by the natives, 48 sqq.; restraints on, causes of, and exploitation of, 55 sqq.; improvements brought about in, by the Occupation, Cromer's summary of, 79; general situation in, on outbreak of War in • 1914, during its course, and after, 121, 122, 123, 296, 297; definite repudiation by, of Ottoman Suzeraintytorate as preferable to annexation, 124-5, 252, 301 ; tribute of, to Officials and Police, effects of, 198 sqq. Cyprus, 147