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184854), British entrepreneurs introduced the first railroad and telegraph lines into Egypt. His youngest son, Sa'id (r. 185463), signed a concession agreement with a French diplomat to form the company that built the maritime canal across the Isthmus of Suez, although Egyptians bitterly recall that they provided much of the money and nearly all the labor for its construction. His energetic grandson, Isma'il (r. " Large areas of Cairo and Alexandria were rebuilt to resemble French cities, while the Suez Canal cities of Port Said and Ismailia were European from their inception.
See No. 46. 19. Zambia, by John J. Grotpeter. 1979 20. , by Samuel Decalo. 1989 21. , by Max Liniger-Goumaz. 1988 22. , by Richard Lobban and Joshua Forrest. 1988 23. Senegal, by Lucie G. Colvin. 1981. Out of print. See No. 65. 24. Morocco, by William Spencer. 1980 25. Malawi, by Cynthia A. Crosby. 1980. Out of print. See No. 54. 26. Angola, by Phyllis Martin. 1980. Out of print. See No. 52. 27. The Central African Republic, by Pierre Kalck. 1980. Out of print. See No. 51. 28. Algeria, by Alf Andrew Heggoy.
Nasir convoked another Arab summit, at which a Palestinian-Jordanian truce was worked out, and died shortly thereafter. Nasir's death occasioned an outpouring of popular grief in Egypt and elsewhere in the Arab world. He was succeeded by his vice president, Anwar al-Sadat, who seemed unlikely to survive amid the "centers of power" or cliques of Nasirites in the cabinet. " Although Sadat's government signed a friendship treaty with the USSR and promulgated a new constitution that reaffirmed Egypt's commitment to Arab socialism, he soon moved to the right.
A reference grammar of spoken Kannada by Harold F. Schiffman