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Bob Feldman :
A People’s History of Egypt, Part 14, 1949-1952

The movement to democratize Egypt: Bloodless coup sends Farouk into exile. < By Bob Feldman | The Rag Blog | January 27, 2014 [With all the dramatic activity in Egypt, Bob Feldman’s Rag Blog “people’s history” series, “The Movement to … finish reading Bob Feldman :
A People’s History of Egypt, Part 14, 1949-1952

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Bob Feldman :
A People’s History of Egypt, Part 13, 1948-1949

The movement to democratize Egypt: King Farouk confronts Zionist forces, imposes martial law. By Bob Feldman / The Rag Blog / January 20, 2014 [With all the dramatic activity in Egypt, Bob Feldman’s Rag Blog “people’s history” series, “The Movement … finish reading Bob Feldman :
A People’s History of Egypt, Part 13, 1948-1949

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HISTORY / Bob Feldman : A People’s History of Egypt, Part 10, 1930-1945

Signing of the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty in 1936. Image from Islam Project 2010. A people’s history: The movement to democratize Egypt Part 10: 1930-1945 period — Anglo-Egyptian Treaty reaffirms Egypt’s ‘independence’ though British domination continues. By Bob Feldman | The Rag … finish reading HISTORY / Bob Feldman : A People’s History of Egypt, Part 10, 1930-1945

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