La France et l’occupation anglaise d’Égypte, 1882–1888
France and the British Occupation of Egypt, 1882-1888
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When France rejected to join the Great Britain in military intervention in Egypt in 1882, the British decided to put down the policy of dual control in Egypt. This decision influenced the mutual relations of both countries for more than twenty years. The aim of this article was to analyse the attitude of France towards the British presence in Egypt. This article deals with development of the mutual British-French relations from 1882 to 1888 with regards to their interests in Egypt.
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