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Reviewed Works: Gordon: Mandarin and Pasha by Gerald Sparrow; General Gordon's "Khartoum Journal" by Lord Elton, General Gordon; The Sudan in Anglo-Egyptian Relations: A Case Study in Power Politics, 1800-1956 by L. A. Fabunmi; The Southern Sudan, 1883-1898: A Struggle for Control by Robert O. Collins
Review by: Richard Hill
Victorian Studies
Vol. 7, No. 2 (Dec., 1963), pp. 210-212
Published by: Indiana University Press
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