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khartoum Sentence Examples

  • For this period the Journals of Major General Gordon at Khartoum (1885); F.

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  • Power's Letters from Khartoum during the Siege (1885), and the following four books written by prisoners of the dervishes are specially valuable: Slatin Pasha, Fire and Sword in the Sudan (1896); Father J.

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  • I am not now dealing with General Gordon's character, which was in many respects noble, or with his military defence of Khartoum, which was heroic, but with the political conduct of his mission, and from this point of view I have no hesitation in saying that General Gordon cannot be considered to have tried to do his duty unless a very strained and mistaken view be taken of what his duty was..

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  • But as all who knew him admit, and as his own records testify, notwithstanding an undercurrent of shrewd common sense, he was the creature, almost the sport, of impulse; his impressions and purposes changed with the speed of lightning; anger often mastered him; he went very often by intuitions and inspirations rather than by cool Authorities.- The Journals of Major-General Gordon at Khartoum (1885); Lord Cromer, Modern Egypt (2 vols., 1908); F.

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  • The dispute culminated in the assassination of General Gordon at Khartoum.

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  • inaction of the authorities at Khartoum.

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  • In the capital, Khartoum, the Foreign Minister of Sudan's hardline Islamist government has welcomed the news.

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  • martyred warrior saint by his death at Khartoum.

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  • Impunity In the early days of the Darfur crisis the Khartoum government armed Arab militia to fight the rebels.

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  • War was declared on 4th August and Lord Kitchener of Khartoum appealed for 200,000 army recruits during August.

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  • Chinese Gordon became more famous as a martyred warrior saint by his death at Khartoum.

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  • For this period the Journals of Major General Gordon at Khartoum (1885); F.

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  • Power's Letters from Khartoum during the Siege (1885), and the following four books written by prisoners of the dervishes are specially valuable: Slatin Pasha, Fire and Sword in the Sudan (1896); Father J.

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  • I am not now dealing with General Gordon's character, which was in many respects noble, or with his military defence of Khartoum, which was heroic, but with the political conduct of his mission, and from this point of view I have no hesitation in saying that General Gordon cannot be considered to have tried to do his duty unless a very strained and mistaken view be taken of what his duty was..

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  • But as all who knew him admit, and as his own records testify, notwithstanding an undercurrent of shrewd common sense, he was the creature, almost the sport, of impulse; his impressions and purposes changed with the speed of lightning; anger often mastered him; he went very often by intuitions and inspirations rather than by cool Authorities.- The Journals of Major-General Gordon at Khartoum (1885); Lord Cromer, Modern Egypt (2 vols., 1908); F.

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  • Of course you have read about the "Gordon Memorial College," which the English people are to erect at Khartoum.

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  • War was declared on 4th August and Lord Kitchener of Khartoum appealed for 200,000 army recruits during August.

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