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Title Anglo-Egyptian Treaty Negotiations Correspondence
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date Dec 1935 - Dec 1936
Document Type Correspondence, Report
Library The National Archives
Reference FO 407/220
Region Middle East, Europe
Names Baring, Sir Evelyn, 1st Earl of Cromer, Eden, Sir Anthony, 1st Earl of Avon , Fuad I of Egypt, Halifax, 1st Earl (Edward Wood), Lampson, Miles, 1st Baron Killearn, Loraine, Sir Percy, Bt, Mustafa el-Nahhas Pasha, Simon, Sir John, 1st Viscount Simon, Stack, Sir Lee
Places Alexandria, Cairo, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Iraq, Ismailia, Israel, Italy, London, Malta, Mediterranean Sea, Palestine, Paris, Port Said, Red Sea, Sudan, Suakin, Suez Canal, Turkey, United Kingdom
Topics air force, Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, Arabs, arms trade, army, British Empire, British Government, British nationals, business, capitulations, church, communications, concession, conquest, customs, diplomatic representation, elections, electricity, evacuation, execution, judicial system, loans, League of Nations, mandate, migration, military, nationalism, navy, oil, parliament, protectorate, railway, riots, roads, Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, Sublime Porte, Suez Canal Company, tariffs, telegraph lines, trade, treaty, Treaty of Versailles (1919), Wafd (Egyptian nationalist party), war
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