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History - King Fu'ad 1




1868 March 26: Born in Cairo, Egypt as son of Ismail Pasha.

1880s: Fu'ad gets his education in Italy.

1892: Enters the Egyptian army as general.

1895: Leaves the Egyptian army, and embarks on a career with the Egyptian administration.

1917: Fu'ad becomes sultan of Egypt, as he succeeds his brother, Hussein Kamil.

1919: The British takes an initiative for drafting a treaty to ensure independence for Egypt. In the next years, many disagreements surface through public debates on what the talks with Britain should cover. During this period the Wafd party is the strongest group in the society.

1922: After years of no conclusion for the talks, the British declares unilaterally Egypt's independence, and Fu'ad becomes king.

1923: Fu'ad introduces a new constitution.

1930: He dissolves the Parliament, and reintroduces the old constitution in an attempt to bring stability to Egypt.

1931: New elections result in a mixed parliament without the dominance of Wafd.

1935: The constitution of 1923 is restored.

1936 April 28: Dies in Cairo, and is succeeded by his son Faruk 1.


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