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Question 1: The situation was compounded by Tewfik's perceived corruption and mismanagement and ultimately culminated in the ________.
Ahmed OrabiEgyptEgyptiansUrabi Revolt

Question 2: It was the ________ which finally set a series of events in motion which would eventually end the British occupation of Sudan.
History of modern EgyptEgyptian Revolution of 1952Suez CrisisGamal Abdel Nasser

Question 3: In 1882, at Tewfik's invitation, the British bombarded ________, Egypt's and Sudan's primary seaport, and subsequently invaded the country.
Alexander the GreatAncient GreeceGreeceAlexandria

Question 4: Muhammad Ali was aggressively pursuing a policy of expanding his power with a view to possibly supplanting the ________ (to which he technically owed fealty) and saw Sudan as a valuable addition to his Egyptian dominions.
Turkish peopleIstanbulOttoman EmpireTurkey

Question 5: From 1924 onwards, the British essentially divided Sudan into two separate territories - a predominantly Muslim Arabic-speaking north, and a predominantly ________ and Christian south, where the use of English was encouraged.

Question 6: ________
History of Sudan (1821–1885)Islamization of SudanHistory of Anglo-Egyptian Sudan19th century

Question 7: The revolt culminated in the fall of ________ and the death of the British General Charles George Gordon (Gordon of Khartoum) in 1885.

Question 8: Ten years later in 1879, the immense foreign debt of Ismail Pasha's government served as the pretext for the Great Powers to force his abdication and replacement by his son ________.
Isma'il PashaNubar PashaGamal Abdel NasserTewfik Pasha

Question 9: This policy was expanded and intensified most notably by Muhammad Ali's grandson, ________, under whose reign most of the remainder of modern-day Sudan was conquered.
Tewfik PashaIsma'il PashaAnwar El SadatNubar Pasha

Question 10: British forces overthrew the Orabi government in ________ and proceeded to occupy the rest of Egypt and Sudan in 1882.


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