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For this period, the Prints concentrate on Egypt, particularly the negotiations on the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty of Alliance. There is also coverage of the Sudan, the Suez Canal, Ethiopia, Morocco, Liberia, and issues such as Egyptian-Sudanese relations. Most of the African colonies of European powers receive only brief mention. The following topics are covered: * Anglo-Egyptian treaty negotiations; * Future of Italy's African colonies; * Future of Sudan; * The position of the churches in Ethiopia; * Anti-British outrages in Egypt; * The future of Eritrea; * British prepare Sudan for self-government (1947); * Egypt break off negotiations with Britain on 1936 Treaty (1947); * Nationalist revolt against French rule in Madagascar (1947); * Pan-African Trade Union Congress (1947); * Egyptian military attack on Israel (1948); * Egyptian Premier Nokrashy Pasha is assassinated (1948); * Libya granted independence by the United Nations (1949); * Wafd Party wins general elections (1950); * Egyptian government demands British withdrawal from the Suez Canal and Sudan (1950)

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