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Choose from 8 pictures in our Arabi Pasha collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Insurrection under Arabi Pasha, 1882: The Bluejackets clearing the streets
The Insurrection under Arabi Pasha, 1882: The Bluejackets clearing the streets
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The Rebellion of Arabi Pasha in Egypt, 1882: The Bombardment of Alexandria..., (1901)
The Rebellion of Arabi Pasha in Egypt, 1882: The Bombardment of Alexandria..., (1901)
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Arabi Pashas House, Cairo, c1882-1885
Arabi Pashas House, Cairo, c1882-1885
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Arabi Pasha, c1882-85
Arabi Pasha, c1882-85
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British Soldiers Cutting a Dam Constructed by Arabi at Mahuta, c1882
British Soldiers Cutting a Dam Constructed by Arabi at Mahuta, c1882
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Vici!!!, 1882. Artist: Joseph Swain
Vici!!!, 1882. Artist: Joseph Swain
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A Lion in the Path!, 1882. Artist: Joseph Swain
A Lion in the Path!, 1882. Artist: Joseph Swain
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Egyptian Bonds, 1882. Artist: Joseph Swain
Egyptian Bonds, 1882. Artist: Joseph Swain
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Egyptian Bonds, 1882. Artist: Joseph Swain Featured Image

Egyptian Bonds, 1882. Artist: Joseph Swain

Egyptian Bonds, 1882. John Bull represents the British Navy, and is tied to a small French sailor. At the right of the cartoon is Arabi Pasha who was generally viewed as the representative of a national movement in Egypt. Others believed him simply to be a rebel against the Khedive and the Sultan. Lord Granville, the Liberal Foreign Secretary is carrying Turkey on his back. This relates to a conference held at Constantinople to consider the situation in Egypt. Britain and France demanded that Arabi be removed from Egypt but this proved fruitless. A Turkish mission arrived at Alexandria, but on the 11th June there was a riot at Alexandria when Europeans were attacked. Lord Granville had to admit that Arabi was in control. However, after a conference with Dervish Pasha of Turkey, Arabi conceded that he would obey the Khedive in maintaining order. From Punch, or the London Charivari, July 8, 1882

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