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From the early nineteenth century through to the 1960s, the Greeks formed the largest, most economically powerful, and geographically and socially diverse of all European communities in Egypt. Although they benefited from the privileges extended to foreigners and the control exercised by Britain, they claimed nonetheless to enjoy a special relationship with Egypt and the E ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published March 22nd 2019 by The American University in Cairo Press
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Alexander Kitroeff (Greek: Αλέξανδρος Κιτροέφ) was born in Athens, Greece and was educated in the United Kingdom (Ph.D. in Modern History, Oxford University). Kitroeff began his academic career at the Center for Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies at Queens College CUNY, and he has taught at Princeton University, Temple University, and New York University. He is currently Associate Professor of H ...more