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Collection: frederiquecifuentes.colonialarchitecturalheritage
Description: Colonial building in Khartoum. Remnants of the colonial experience in Sudan from the Ottoman, Egyptian and British periods.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Reviews. The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Reviews - Seven years in Southern Abyssinia
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.newspapers
Description: Sudan removes the statues of Gordon and Kitchener, remnants of colonialism. Czech football team visits Khartoum. PM's visit to Egypt is postponed. Coal shortage in western Europe.
Collection: frederiquecifuentes.colonialarchitecturalheritage
Description: Colonial building in Khartoum. Remnants of the colonial experience in Sudan from the Ottoman, Egyptian and British periods.
Collection: issamahmedabdelhafiez.khartoumandomdurmanbuildings
Description: The house of Al-Sayyid Abd-al-Rahman al-Mahdi, El Gamhuriya Avenue, Khartoum. Located opposite this house is what is known as 'da'rat al-Mahdi', which is another building where the Mahdi family businesses had offices and were administered from.
Collection: issamahmedabdelhafiez.khartoumandomdurmanbuildings
Description: The Khartoum Post Office, located along Gamma Avenue, Khartoum, opened in 1873. The building, constructed of large sandstone blocks and featuring Crittall steel-framed windows from the UK, remained in use as a post office until 2013, when it was closed for restoration.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: A series of book reviews including 'Manuel de Politique Musulmane', 'L'Islam et la Psychologie du Musulmane', 'Islamisme contre Naturisme au Soudan Française'.
Collection: frederiquecifuentes.colonialarchitecturalheritage
Description: Colonial buildings in Sudan. Remnants of the colonial experience in Sudan from the Ottoman, Egyptian and British periods.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Reviews. The Study Of Change In Africa
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: A Survey Note , two illustraions one showing difficulties which assail Topographical surveyors and the other showing one of the beacons erected on the summit of a Jebel in Southern Bahr El Ghazal.
Collection: frederiquecifuentes.colonialarchitecturalheritage
Description: Colonial building in Port Sudan. Remnants of the colonial experience in Sudan from the Ottoman, Egyptian and British periods.
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.books
Description: An autobiographical account of the author's travels and experiences. An introduction is made by Mr Ismail Al-Azhari, the Prime Minister at the time, who praises the author. Further introductions are made by a number of other notables, including Tom Little, who also praises the author, and Muhammad Ahmed Barakat, who talks about the legendary man (the author, or 'Sudanese Sinbad') and provides an introduction to some of his books, and Muhammad Ahmed Mahjoub. The book contains several chapters, in which he talks about his origins, his childhood, his first love, from Hijaz to the countryside. He also talks about Al-Liwaa al-Abyad (the White Banner Society) and the secret Sudanese resistance movements and deals with the killing of Sardar and then the pioneers of success in Brazil. The Al-Abyad Brigade Association is a Sudanese political movement that emerged in the mid-1920s in Sudan to raise national political awareness in Sudan against British colonialism and call for unity between Egypt and Sudan under the banner of unity of the Nile Valley. Al-Liwaa al-Abyad (the White Banner) Society is a Sudanese political movement that emerged in the mid-1920s in Sudan to raise national political awareness in Sudan against British colonialism and call for unity between Egypt and Sudan under the banner of unity of the Nile Valley. The book was originally written in the Arabic language, but later translated into English.
Collection: rashidphotostudio.rashidphotostudio
Description: Electoral Campaign of Gassim Amin against the colonialism
Collection: frederiquecifuentes.colonialarchitecturalheritage
Description: Headquarters of the Gezira Scheme located in Barakat, close to Wad Medani, the capital of the Gezira State.
Collection: frederiquecifuentes.colonialarchitecturalheritage
Description: Headquarters of the Gezira Scheme located in Barakat, close to Wad Medani, the capital of the Gezira State.
Collection: frederiquecifuentes.colonialarchitecturalheritage
Description: Colonial building in Khartoum. Remnants of the colonial experience in Sudan from the Ottoman, Egyptian and British periods.
Collection: issamahmedabdelhafiez.khartoumandomdurmanbuildings
Description: The house of Al-Sayyid Abd-al-Rahman al-Mahdi, El Gamhuriya Avenue, Khartoum. Located opposite this house is what is known as 'da'rat al-Mahdi', which is another building where the Mahdi family businesses had offices and were administered from.
Collection: issamahmedabdelhafiez.khartoumandomdurmanbuildings
Description: The house of Al-Sayyid Abd-al-Rahman al-Mahdi, El Gamhuriya Avenue, Khartoum. Located opposite this house is what is known as 'da'rat al-Mahdi', which is another building where the Mahdi family businesses had offices and were administered from.
Collection: frederiquecifuentes.colonialarchitecturalheritage
Description: Barakat town in Al Jazirah state, Sudan. It lies on the west shore of the Blue Nile to the south of Wad Madani.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Campaign Of Gordon's Steamers
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: An article studying the difference between General Gordon's personal encouragement of Muslims to practice their religions and the missionary work of Bishop Gwynne, the first leader of the Church of England in Sudan.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: An article studying the Aliab Dinka uprising and suppression that occurred as a result of the Anglo-Egyptian occupation of Southern Sudan and attempt to establish order. The Dinka tribe is an ethnic group in Southern Sudan. Their original habitat is distributed between the Bahr el Ghazal region, the Jonglei state, areas of Abyei, the Unity State and the Upper Nile state.
Collection: issamahmedabdelhafiez.khartoumandomdurmanbuildings
Description: The Khartoum Post Office, located along Gamma Avenue, Khartoum, opened in 1873. The building, constructed of large sandstone blocks and featuring Crittall steel-framed windows from the UK, remained in use as a post office until 2013, when it was closed for restoration.
Collection: frederiquecifuentes.colonialarchitecturalheritage
Description: Headquarters of the Gezira Scheme located in Barakat, close to Wad Medani, the capital of the Gezira State.
Collection: issamahmedabdelhafiez.khartoumandomdurmanbuildings
Description: The house of Al-Sayyid Abd-al-Rahman al-Mahdi, El Gamhuriya Avenue, Khartoum. Located opposite this house is what is known as 'da'rat al-Mahdi', which is another building where the Mahdi family businesses had offices and were administered from.
Collection: frederiquecifuentes.colonialarchitecturalheritage
Description: Colonial building in Port Sudan. Remnants of the colonial experience in Sudan from the Ottoman, Egyptian and British periods.
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.images
Description: The members of the English administration and administrators.

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