EGYPT: Death of Zaghlul

As it must to all men, Death came last week to Saad Zaghlul Pasha,* 66, onetime Prime Minister of Egypt, leader of the Nationalistic Party, most potent figure of contemporary Egypt. Funeral. Under a blistering Af- rican sun, the Zaghlul funeral procession wended its way through the streets of Cairo to the Imam-Yhafel Mosque. At its head marched mournful bands, laborites with lazily wagging flags and banners. Next came political groups, army units, the coffin covered with a silk Egyptian flag on a gun carriage. Some 4,000 official mourners, a body of...

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