Sudan: The Reconquest Reappraised

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Edward M. Spiers, Professor of Strategic Studies Edward M Spiers
Psychology Press, 1998 - 269 σελίδες
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On 2 September 1898, Kitchener's Anglo-Egyptian Army defeated a vast army of dervishes at the Battle of Omdurman. By this epic victory, Kitchener removed the threat posed by militant Islam in this region of Africa, crushed the Mahdist state, avenged the death of Gordon at Khartoum, and effectively reconquered the Sudan. To commemorate the centenary of those events, 11 historians have collaborated to produce a reappraisal of the reconquest and its international repercussions. They examine the policies, personalities and issues involved from perspectives in Britain, the other great powers and the Sudan.
 

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Lord Salisbury the False Religion of Islam and the
11
Kitchener and the Politics of Command
35
Campaigning under Kitchener
54
Visualising the Sudan Campaign
82
British Correspondents and the Sudan Campaign of 189698
102
Italy Abyssinia and the Sudan 188598
128
Omdurman Fashoda and FrancoBritish Relations
163
An AustroHungarian
177
The Battle of Omdurman in the Context of Sudanese
202
The Battlefield 10 September 1898
229
Select Bibliography
247
Index
257
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