The Egyptian Empire and the Anglo

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The Egyptian Empire and the Anglo-egyptian condominium Darfur was brought into the Egyptian empire Most of northern sudan came under Egyptian control but egypt comes under the control of the British, an instrument of british imperialist policy Egpyt and Britain form a condominium – when 2 countries jointly administer another one The Madist rebellion and Mahdist state Reconquest of Sudan, Ali Dinar’s Radical islamist group who believe in a second coming of a prophet who will guide the muslims This mahdist revolution establishes a very strict theocracy and a harsh policy of islam British return and defeat mahdist and mahdist state is overthrown Ali Dinar’s Sultanate and Benign Neglect Dinar reconquers sudan Benign Neglect – refers to the british policy of letting colonies do pretty much what they want Darfur, the british, and continued neglect The british pretty much left Darfur alone This neglect was the seed of Darfur’s problems,
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course HIST 128 taught by Professor Nelson during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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