Bonaparte in Egypt and the Egyptians of To-day

Haji A. BROWNE ( - )

Knowing the Egyptian as I know him, I cannot but think that he is greatly misunderstood, even by those who are sincerely anxious to befriend him. His faults and his failings are to be found at large in almost any of the scores of books that have of late years been written about him and his country; but, though not a few have given him credit for some of his more salient good points, yet none that I have seen have shown any just appreciation of him as he really is. (From the Preface)

Genre(s): *Non-fiction, History , Travel & Geography

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 00 - Preface April Gonzales
00:02:52
Play 01 01 - The Story of One Hundred Years Graham McMillan
00:18:57
Play 02 02 - Links with the Past Graham McMillan
00:17:38
Play 03 03 - The Dawn of the New Period Graham McMillan
00:19:48
Play 04 04 - A Council of State Graham McMillan
00:24:18
Play 05 05 - The Proclamation that Failed Graham McMillan
00:21:27
Play 06 06 - A Long March and a Short Battle Graham McMillan
00:21:31
Play 07 07 - After the Battle Graham McMillan
00:21:50
Play 08 08 - Victors and Vanquished Graham McMillan
00:28:09
Play 09 09 - The Gathering of a Storm Graham McMillan
00:31:24
Play 10 10 - The Bursting of the Storm Graham McMillan
00:32:38
Play 11 11 - After the Storm Gabriela Cowan
00:48:32
Play 12 12 - Peace without Honour Gabriela Cowan
00:41:54
Play 13 13 - The Siege of Cairo Graham McMillan
00:26:16
Play 14 14 - The Price of Peace Graham McMillan
00:32:34
Play 15 15 - An Ungrateful People Graham McMillan
00:22:08
Play 16 16 - Mahomed Ali and his Successors Graham McMillan
00:28:42
Play 17 17 - Fachoda and After Graham McMillan
00:23:51
Play 18 18 - Healthy Influences Gabriela Cowan
00:51:16
Play 19 19 - Unhealthy Influences Graham McMillan
00:33:27
Play 20 20 - More Unhealthy Influences Graham McMillan
00:33:24
Play 21 21 - To-day and To-morrow Graham McMillan
00:26:29