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1924

Trouble on the Nile

1924

Nile River
1924B

Raven Hill, 'Punch', July 9, 1924

The Anglo-Egyptian Condominium Agreement that ruled Sudan from 1899 was to last until 1955.

1924A

By Raven Hill, 'Punch', October 8, 1924

Zaghlul Pasha, the Egyptian Prime Minister, visiting his British counterpart Ramsay MacDonald.

1924E

By Strube, 'The Daily Express', November 25, 1924

Sir Lee Stack, the British Governor General of Sudan and Commander of the Egyption Army, was assassinated in Cairo.

1924F

By Low, 'The Star', November 27, 1924

. . . or Military freedom of action

1924G

By Low, 'The Star', November 28, 1924

Tomb of Zaghlul's Sudan hopes.

1924C

By Bernard Partridge, 'Punch', December 3, 1924

Mother Britannia admonishes Mother Egypt.

1924F

By E.T. Reed, 'The Bystander', December 3, 1924

Britain evicts Egyptian troops from Sudan.

1924D

By Elam, 'The Bystander', December 10, 1924

Zaghlul Pasha resigns as Egyptian Prime Minister. He died on August 23, 1927.
Forever remembered as the 'Father of Egytian Independence'.

1924G

By E.T. Reed, 'The Bystander', December 10, 1924

'Great and unmoveable symbols of the British Empire'.