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Mina Akladios Teachers of Critical Languages Program
Mohamed Ali Pasha Born 1769 died 1849 In 1805 He was Wāli of Egypt and Sudan Founder of modern Egypt"
King Fuad I 1868-1936 The 9 th ruler of Egypt and Sudan from the Muhammad Ali dynasty He became Sultan of Egypt and Sudan in 1917
King Farouk I 1920 –1965 the 10 th ruler from the Muhammad Ali Dynasty He was overthrown by the Egyptian Revolution of 1952
The Egyptian Revolution 1952 military coup d'état on July 23, 1952 The Free Officers Movement Muhammad Naguib the first President of Egypt
Gamal Abdel Nasser 1918 –1970 second President 1956 to 1970 Nationalization of the Suez Canal 6 Days War
Muhammad Anwar Al Sadat 1918 - 1981 third President 1970 Assassinated in 1981 In 1977 Sadat visited Israel The first Arab leader to recognize Israel. He spoke before the Knesset
Muhammad Hosni Mubarak Born in 1928 Commander of Air Force 1972 Vice-President 1975 President since 1981
Focus Group Central Middle East
Suez Canal Figures & Photos
A Nation in Uniform Israel’s security problems
Historisches Seminar der Universität Heidelberg Historisches Seminar der Universität Heidelberg Historisches Seminar der Universität Heidelberg Historisches.
The Modern Middle East Chapter 16 Section 4.
Nasser 1 1 Colleen Mainger, The Things I Do For This Class, (Aurora, Self Published, 2014)
Conflict in the Middle East Key Middle Eastern States.
On July 23, 1952, a group of military men known as the Free Officers seized power in Egypt, toppling the British-backed monarchy and setting the country.
Egypt in the 21 st Century Egypt: key ally in the middle east Article by Bruce Rutherford Presentation by: Adel Abunawass Professor & Chair Department.
Conflicts in the Middle East
Aim: Is Egypt a “typical” decolonizing state?. Muhammad Ali
Egypt Link to syllabus Link to WDI Link to UM-D Library Link to MERIP on Egypt in Year Three Interview.
Middle East from WWII and beyond. This conflict begins after WWI, when the Ottoman Empire lost control of the Middle East. The land was divided and European.
History of “modern” Egypt 16 th – 18 th centuries: Ottoman (Turkish) rule 1798: Napoleon invades 1882: British invade 1910s: Nationalist Movement 1919:
Egypt’s Brief Revolution Vicky Lieu Period 3. Egypt is located in North Africa It borders the Mediterranean sea to the north Libya is to the west Sudan.
Middle East Iran had been in a state of instability since 1951 It had once been a British colony, but in 1941 the British “withdrew” and placed the Shah.
Arab Spring Grass Roots Democratic Movements. Background The modern Arab world is not that old Created from dissolution of Ottoman Empire British, French.
Famous People of the Middle East and Africa. Directions: 1.You will be divided into groups of 4. 2.One person from each group will take a turn at identifying.
Nasser, Communists, and the Muslim Brotherhood Ming, Olivia, Amy, Amy, Casey, and Gio.
Questioning Society: The Egyptian Revolution By: Donte Servidone.
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