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المملكة المصرية
Al-Mamlakah al-Misriyyah

Kingdom of Egypt

Client state of the ‌United Kingdom
Flag of the Khedivate of Egypt 1922–1953 Flag of the Republic of Egypt
Flag of the Kingdom of Egypt Coat of Arms of the Kingdom of Egypt
Anthem
Salam Affandina
Map of Egypt-Sudan
British Control:
Suez (1936)
Self-government:
Sudan (1953)
Flag of Sudan
CapitalCairo
Government Constitutional monarchy
King
- 1922-1936Fuad I
- 1936-1952Farouk I
- 1952-1953Fuad II
British High Commissioner
- 1922-1925Viscount Allenby
- 1925-1929Baron Lloyd of Dolobran
- 1929-1933Sir Percy Loraine
- 1933-1936Sir Miles Lampson
Prime minister
- 1952-1953Muhammad Naguib
Legislature Parliament
- Upper houseSenate
- Lower houseChamber of Deputies
History
March 16, 1922Established
April 19, 1923Constitution adopted
August 27, 1936Anglo-Egyptian Treaty
July 23, 1952Free Officers coup
October 22, 1952Self-government in Sudan
June 17, 1953Republic proclaimed
January 1, 1956Independence of Sudan
Area34,184 km²
Population
- 193715,933,000
 Density466/km²
CurrencyEgyptian pound
Flag of the Khedivate of Egypt Egypt Egypt Flag of the Republic of Egypt
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The Kingdom of Egypt (1922-1953) was a constitutional monarchy in Africa. The kingdom was nominally sovereign, but was in a state of dependency as a client of the United Kingdom, until 1936.


King

  • Fuad I () (March 16, 1922 - April 28, 1936)
  • Farouk I () (April 28, 1936 - July 26, 1952)
  • Fuad II () (July 26, 1952 - June 17, 1953)

British High Commissioner

  • Viscount Allenby () (March 16, 1922 - Jun 15, 1925)
  • Baron Lloyd of Dolobran () (Jun 15, 1925 - Aug 8, 1929)
  • Sir Percy Loraine () (Aug 8, 1929 - Dec 16, 1933)
  • Sir Miles Lampson () (Dec 16, 1933 - Nov 14, 1936)

Prime minister

  • Muhammad Naguib () (September 7, 1952 - June 17, 1953)

Nation

Egyptian Polities

Neighbouring Nations

References


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