The Sudan in Anglo-Egyptian Relations

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The Sudan in Anglo-Egyptian Relations

By L. A. Fabunmi
Longmans, 1960
466 pp. $11.75

The author, by birth a West African and now an official in the Nigerian Government, has written a history of Anglo-Egyptian disputes over the Sudan that is of interest both for its scholarship and for its perspective on the problem. Dr. Fabunmi anticipates that the political future of the Sudan lies probably with the Arab League and Egypt, though he feels that the British cultural, economic and educational influence is a permanent one.

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