© Bibliotheca Alexandrina

Name of Object:

Women in the Revolution of 1919


Alexandria, Egypt

Holding Institution:

Bibliotheca Alexandrina

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Date of Object:

March 1919


The Egyptian women of the 1919 Revolution – one of the most important Egyptian revolutions in modern times – which started due to objections to the practices of British occupation and the exile of symbols of Egyptian patriotism.

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"Women in the Revolution of 1919" in "Sharing History", Museum With No Frontiers, 2024. https://sharinghistory.museumwnf.org/database_item.php?id=object;AWE;eg;17;en

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MWNF Working Number: ET1 017

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