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Suakin, Berber, Khartoum and to Uganda

journal of the Nile mission party to the Victoria Nyanza in 1878-1879

by Church Missionary Society

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Published by Gilbert and Rivington in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Missions

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination45 p. :
    Number of Pages45
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26444069M
    OCLC/WorldCa51893774

    Uganda (yōōgän´də, ōōgän´dä), officially Republic of Uganda, republic ( est. pop. 37,,), 91, sq mi (, sq km), E central borders on Tanzania and Rwanda in the south, on Congo (Kinshasa) in the west, on South Sudan in .   A hmed found himself in Khartoum’s notorious Kober prison with Sheikh Hassan al-Turabi, éminence grise of political Islam, shortly after the coup d’état in the Republic of the Sudan. 1 He and the coup leader al-Turabi, who infamously welcomed Osama bin Laden into the country in , were close friends for years before he served as one of the leading .

    Khartoum is the capital of Sudan. This big city has over three million people. It is where the Blue Nile and main Nile come together. Its name means "elephant tusk". Two other big cities nearby are Omdurman and Khartoum North. Saint Helena Kampala, Uganda Khartoum. In places, as between Suakin and Berber and above Roseires on the Blue Nile, the mountains approach close to the river. Beyond the Nile westward extend vast plains, which in Kordofan and Dar Nuba (between 10° and 15° N.) are broken by hills reaching ft. Farther west, in Darfur, the country is more elevated, the Jebel Marra range being.

    The Sudan Archive was founded in , the year after Sudanese independence, to collect and preserve the papers of administrators from the Sudan Political Service, missionaries, soldiers, business men, doctors, agriculturalists, teachers and others who had served or lived in the Sudan during the Anglo-Egyptian Condominium. Availing himself of the opportunities provided by Supply, he criticised the vacillating policy of the Government, their purposeless slaughter in the Eastern Soudan, and their failure to establish the Suakin-Berber route. He proceeded to draw attention to the .


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Suakin, Berber, Khartoum and to Uganda by Church Missionary Society Download PDF EPUB FB2

Suakin, Berber, Khartoum and to Uganda: journal of Berber Nile mission party to the Victoria Nyanza in Item Suakin. Suakin or Sawakin (Arabic: سواكن ‎ Sawákin) is a port city in northeastern Sudan, on the west coast of the Red Sea, it was formerly the region's chief port, but is now secondary to Port Sudan, about 50 kilometres (30 mi) north.

Suakin used to be considered the height of medieval luxury on the Red Sea, but the old city built of coral is now in y: Sudan. Major-General Charles George Gordon CB (28 January – 26 January ), also known as Chinese Gordon, Gordon Pasha, and Gordon of Khartoum, was a British Army officer and saw action in the Crimean War as an officer in the British r, he made his military reputation in China, where he was placed in command of the "Ever Commands held: Ever Victorious Army.

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Uganda To Khartoum: Life And Adventure On The Upper Nile [Lloyd, Albert B., Buxton, Victor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Uganda To Khartoum: Life And Adventure On The Upper NileAuthor: Albert B.

Lloyd. The NSW contingent anchored at Suakin, Sudan's Red Sea port, on 29 March and were attached to a brigade composed of Scots, Grenadiers, and Coldstream Guards.

Shortly after their arrival they marched as part of a large square formation – on this occasion made up of 10, men – for Tamai, a village some 30 kilometres inland.

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Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller UGANDA TO KHARTOUM - FROM THE LiBRARY OF SIR ALBERT COOK SIGNED BY AUTHOR, ASSOCIATION COPY. This was an excellant book about the British campaigns in the Sudan.

The narative read like a novel, the book hooked you from the start. The battle descriptions read like you were right there.

It is a very cinematic book, with larger than life figures throughtout the story. I recommend this book to anyone interested in Victorian colonial wars/5.

About this Item: Fisher Unwin3rd Impression, pages, 57 illustrations: life & adventure on the Upper Nile based on his 5 years' residence in the Northern Province of Uganda among the Acholi, with a long journey down the Nile; hardback, bright illustrated boards (native with head basket), outer hunges sl rubbed, edges foxed, inscription, g++ east africa uganda.

In places, as between Suakin and Berber and above Roseires on the Blue Nile, the mountains approach close to the river. Beyond the Nile westward extend vast plains, which in Kordofan and Dar Nuba (between 10° and 15° N.) are broken by hills reaching ft.

Farther west, in Darfur, the country is more elevated, the Jebel Marra range being. As might be expected of any book on Khartoum, the focus falls on the futile attempt to rescue Major General Charles George Gordon.

The book maps the beginnings leading to the rise of the Mahdi that soon engulfed the Sudan in bloodshed resulting in multiple defeats of both the Egyptian and English armies, most notable Lt. General Hicks Pasha and /5(). Duties on Uganda goods 21 4 02 Sudan and Uganda.

Abu Hamed Abyssinian Ahmed Arabs Atbara Baggara Bahr El Ghazal Bahr El Jebel Bahr El Zeraf Berber Bisharin Blue Nile boats bush Cairo camels Cataract cattle channel cube per second cultivation Darfur Dervishes desert Dinkas district Dongola dry The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, Sudan.

After a short stay in Cairo, Gordon proceeded to Khartoum via Suakin and Berber. From Khartoum, he proceeded up the White Nile to Gondokoro. Gordon remained in the Gondokoro provinces until October He had succeeded in establishing a line of way stations from the Sobat confluence on the White Nile to the frontier of Uganda, where he Allegiance: United Kingdom, Egypt.

- This Pin was discovered by Muhammad. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. Gordon went to Egypt in the beginning ofand left Cairo in February for Gondokoro, the seat of his government, travelling by the Suez-Suakin-Berber route.

He reached Khartoum on 13 March, stopped only a few days to issue a proclamation and make arrangements for men and supplies, then, continuing his journey, arrived at Gondokoro on 16 April.

The Meroe Pyramids. The Meroe Pyramids are located in the North-East of Sudan near the banks of the Nile in the area commonly known as Nubia. There are close to two hundred pyramids in a relatively small area, the ancient burial site of the Merotic Kingdom (sometimes known as the Kingdom of Kush).

ShendiAtbaraEd DamerBerberAbu Hamed Chapter 6 Red Sea Port SudanExcursions from Port SudanScuba diving from Port SudanSuakin Chapter 7 Al Qadarif and Kassala KassalaGedaref Chapter 8 Central Sudan KostiAba IslandSennarWad Medani Chapter 9 Kordofan After a short stay in Cairo, Gordon proceeded to Khartoum via Suakin and Berber.

From Khartoum, he proceeded up the White Nile to Gondokoro. Gordon remained in the Gondokoro provinces until October He had succeeded in establishing a line of way stations from the Sobat confluence on the White Nile to the frontier of Uganda, where he.Major-General Charles George Gordon CB (28 January – 26 January ), also known as Chinese Gordon, Gordon Pasha, and Gordon of Khartoum, was a British Army officer and saw action in the Crimean War as an officer in the British r, he made his military reputation in China, where he was placed in command of the "Ever Allegiance: United Kingdom.