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eBook The Sirdar: Sir Reginald Wingate and the British Empire in the Middle East (Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society) download ISBN: 0871692228
Author: Martin Daly,M. W. Daly
Publisher: Amer Philosophical Society; 1 edition (October 1, 1997)
Language: English
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Francis Reginald Wingate (1861-1953) was a major figure in the political, administrative, & military history of the Middle East from the early 1880s until the end of the first world war. As dir. of military intelligence in the British-officered Egyptian Army during the Sudan campaigns.

Francis Reginald Wingate (1861-1953) was a major figure in the political, administrative, & military history of the Middle East from the early 1880s until the end of the first world war. of military intelligence in the British-officered Egyptian Army during the Sudan campaigns; as sirdar (commander-in-chief) of that army & go. gen. of the Sudan during the formative period of its colonial admin. amp; as high commissioner in Egypt during the latter half of the first world war & the crisis that led to the Egyptian revolution of 1919.

International Journal of Middle East Studies. Volume 30 Issue 4. Martin W. Daly

International Journal of Middle East Studies. Daly, English Français. International Journal of Middle East Studies. Daly, The Sirdar: Sir Reginald Wingate and the British Empire in the Middle East (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1997). Robert O. Collins (a1). Department of History, University of California, Santa Barbara. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 29 January 2009. of the Sudan during the Francis Reginald Wingate (1861-1953) was a major figure in the political, administrative, & military history of the Middle East from the early 1880s until the end of the first world.

Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1997. These two books provide very different insights into British colonial rule in the Middle East

Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1997. These two books provide very different insights into British colonial rule in the Middle East. The first, Martin Daly's biography of Sir Reginald Wingate, holds out the promise of being a fascinating exploration of a man with a remarkable career. Among his posts along the Nile, Wingate served as director of British military intelligence during the Sudan campaigns of the 1890s, as governor-general of the Sudan, and finally as high commissioner of Egypt in the period immediately leading up to the 1919 revolution.

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Martin W. Daly, The Sirdar: Sir Reginald Wingate and the British Empire in the Middle East (Philadel. November 1998 · International Journal of Middle East Studies.

General Sir Francis Reginald Wingate, 1st Baronet, GCB, GCVO, GBE, KCMG, DSO, DL, TD (25 June 1861 – 29 January 1953) was a British general and administrator in Egypt and the Sudan. He earned the nom de guerre Wingate of the Sudan. Wingate was born at Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire (now Inverclyde), the seventh son of Andrew Wingate, a textile merchant of Glasgow, and Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Turner of Dublin.

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General Sir Francis Reginald Wingate, 1st Baronet GCB GCVO GBE KCMG DSO TD (25 June 1861 ndash;29 January 1953), usually known as Reginald Wingate, was a British general and administrator in Egypt and the Sudan. General Sir Francis Reginald Wingate, 1st Baronet GCB GCVO GBE KCMG DSO TD (25 June 1861–29 January 1953), usually known as Reginald Wingate, was a British general and administrator in Egypt and the Sudan.

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Francis Reginald Wingate (1861-1953) was a major figure in the political, administrative, & military history of the Middle East from the early 1880s until the end of the first world war. As dir. of military intelligence in the British-officered Egyptian Army during the Sudan campaigns; as sirdar (commander-in-chief) of that army & gov.-gen. of the Sudan during the formative period of its colonial admin.; & as high commissioner in Egypt during the latter half of the first world war & the crisis that led to the Egyptian revolution of 1919, he stands with Cromer & Kitchener as architects of the British empire in the Middle East. As the covert commander-in-chief of Hijaz operations he was instrumental in organizing the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Turks. Yet Wingate has received much less notice than his famous contemporaries such as Gordon of Khartoum & Lawrence of Arabia. This biography corrects the historical imbalance. It is based mainly on Wingate's voluminous private papers, & on archival sources in Britain & the Sudan. Illus.