By Haji A. Browne
London   T. Fisher Unwin
9" by 6" [4] 410 [6]pp
A very smart, first edition copy of this historical and ethnographical work on Napoleon Bonaparte's and France's relationship with Egypt and Egyptians.
By Haji A. Browne

1907 Bonaparte in Egypt and The Egyptians of Today

London   T. Fisher Unwin
9" by 6" [4] 410 [6]pp
A very smart, first edition copy of this historical and ethnographical work on Napoleon Bonaparte's and France's relationship with Egypt and Egyptians.
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Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding, Scarce

A fascinating and comprehensive work on the history of Napoleon's involvement with Egypt, and how it affected Egypt and Egyptians into the early twentieth century.

Written by Haji A. Browne.

The first edition of this work. 

Including a frontispiece, a lengthy index, and six pages of publisher's catalogue to the rear. 

A brilliant ethnographical and historical observation of Napoleon Bonaparte's relationship with Egypt. 

Condition

In the publisher's original brown buckram binding. Externally, very smart, with minor shelf wear and a small amount of loss to the spine labels. Internally, firmly bound. A few spots to the pages, which are otherwise bright and clean.

Very Good Indeed

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