Stunning Photos Of Egyptian Culture Before The British Occupation

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As the first shots of World War I were being fired, Egyptian culture was changing forever. For the preceding 40 years, Egypt had lived as a free state – ruled, on paper, by the British government, but in practice allowed to live under the rule of its own leaders and to practice its own faiths.

This Egypt, at the dawn of the 20th century, was a wildly different place from the one we know today.

[Read the full article at All That Is Interesting.]

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