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Egypt.

  • M. Epstein
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

EGYPT was originally part of the Turkish Empire. On December 18, 1914, a British Protectorate over Egypt was declared, and the next day a Proclamation was issued deposing’Abbâs Hilmi, lately Khedive of Egypt, and conferring the title of Sultan of Egypt upon Hussein Kamil, eldest living prince of the family of Mohamed Ali. The British Protectorate was recognised by France, Russia, Belgium, Serbia, Greece, Portugal, and the United States of America. Sultan Hussein Kamil died in 1917) and was succeeded by his brother as Sultan Fuad. The Protectorate terminated on February 28, 1922, and the Sultan was proclaimed King on March 15, 1922.

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