By George.H. Cassar
This e-book covers the tenure of Kitchener as Proconsul in Egypt within the years previous the 1st international battle. primarily based on unpublished assets – together with govt documents and personal papers – it not just fills a niche within the existence and profession of Kitchener, the main recognized soldier in Britain due to the fact Wellington, however it additionally bargains with an enormous yet essentially unknown interval in Egyptian background. George Cassar indicates Kitchener to be an ardent imperialist, yet one who had a feeling of accountability to the rustic he ruled. replacing his box marshal’s uniform for the costume of a statesman, he arrived in Egypt while British status was once at a low element as a result of his predecessor’s policies. He restored political balance, created stipulations that reinforced the economic system, and brought a wave of reforms. Kitchener as Proconsul of Egypt, 1911-1914 reveals how Kitchener’s curiosity prolonged past Egypt, and the way all through those years he labored quietly to organize the flooring in an try to create an Arab Empire below Britain’s suzerainty.
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Kitchener as Proconsul of Egypt, 1911-1914 by George.H. Cassar