Next Egyptian revolution of 1952 holiday is on

23rd July 2023, Sunday

What is Egyptian revolution of 1952?

Egyptian revolution of 1952

The 23rd of July of the year 1952 marks the July 23 Revolution – a military coup d’état by the Free Officers Movement to oust King Farouk. The mutiny was led by Mohammed Naguib and Gamal Abd El-Nasser. The movement, nevertheless, did not only exile and overthrow the King, but also enforced more political schemes. Following the abdication of King Farouk; the King of Egypt and Sudan, the movement abolished the monarchy, prompting the end of Muhammad Ali dynasty’s rule, and inaugurated a republic. Moreover, the movement ceased the British occupation of Egypt, and secured the sovereignty of Sudan, after being an Anglo-Egyptian condominium. The insurgent movement widely expressed their anti-imperialism and pro-nationalism agenda.

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How long until Egyptian revolution of 1952?
Next Egyptian revolution of 1952 takes place in 44 Days.
Dates of Egyptian revolution of 1952
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