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Full text of "The Egyptian Problem"

INDEX
319
Egypt (con?.)
(1914), 122; British Pro-* tectorate (q.v.), proclaimed over, 123; and India, British acti&n in, during the • War contrasted, 127 sqq.; as British* military base, 132 ; needs of, as affecting the people, 133 sqq. ; educated classes in, impatience of, at any form of Protectorate, 141; Constitutional Reforms in, Note on, of the Anglo-Egyptian Commission of 1918, 145; ttnd Turkey, tie between, of religion, 154 ; predominant religion in, 156—7; common speech in, 156; ^ population of (see also Egyptians), ethnic elements of, 156 sqq.; administration of, Granville's dictum on, 208, 209, 216; rapid development and growing wealth of, 214 Egyptian Anarchy, as cause of
British Occupation, 43-5 Army tampered with by Ismail, 34,   37;    in  the  days   of Mehemet Ali and Ismail, 5, 37
New, creation of, and exploits of, 50, 51, 74, 110 ; alleged offer of co-operation of, in the War, 130 ; and Police, Curzon's tribute to, effect of, 198sg<;.
Attitude, to the Occupation, past and present, 47, 267 ; to resident foreigners, 175 ; to the Sultan, 277 ; to crime, 162-3, 247, 279, 293 Casualties in the rebellion, 179,
180, 182
Characteristics, 5, 10, 51, 75, 84,
90, 91, 106, 138, 176, 213,
230, 249, 251 ; shown up
by the rebellion, 189
Classes imbued with Nationalism,
150-1
Delegation (sec also Nationalist Delegation), recognition demanded for, by Committee of Officials, 2QO Grievances, after Cromer's day, 212, Nationalist statement on, 2l4r-17
Egyptian (cont.)
Independence, Complete, claim for, put forward at the Armistice, 143 sqq.; agitation in support, 147 sqq. ; flaw in claims for, 173 sqq. ; Legislature, and the Nationalist
Movement, 150 Ministers, see Ministers, Egyptian,
and Prime Ministers
Nationalism,   see   Independence,
*     Party     of,     Nationalism,
Nationalist Party, the, <fec.
People, new spirit among, Cromer's
view on, 83
Self-government, see Self-government
Society,   structure  of,   156   sqq. Egyptian     Geographical     Society,
Cairo, 166, 173
"Egyptian     Independence,"   first anniversary of, 250, 255 Egyptian Institute, the, 173 Egyptian University, the, 224-5 Egyptians, the, confidence of, how gained, lost, and to be regained, 74, 293, 294, 303-4; employment of, under their Government, 212, Cromer on, 213; loyal, neglect of, 282;   younger generation of, problem of, 87 El Azhar, see Azhar, El England and Egypt, Mehemet Ali'e
opinion on, 17-18
England in Egypt, by Lord Milner, 68 English attitude to Education, 231 English Bank, founded in Egypt,
under Said Pasha, 23 Entrance Examinations, Egyptians
rush for, 227 Europe,  attitude  of,   to Mehemet
Ali, 7, 9-10
Examination fetish, the, 227-8, 232 Experts, non-Egyptian, in Egypt, Egyptian attitude to, 212, 264
Extremist Campaign, food difficulties utilized in, 285 ; women's attitude to, 169
Fashoda affair, the, 52 Fehmi (Abdul Aziz, Bey), 116, 117 Fehmi   (Mustapha   Pasha),   Prime Minister, 85, 112, 113251 xqq, ; Arabic word for, ill-choHori, 2f4. 351), 308e