Egyptian Land Reform

The post-revolution Egyptian Land Reform was an effort to change land ownership practices in Egypt following the 1952 Revolution launched by Gamal Abdel Nasser and the Free Officers Movement.

Read more about Egyptian Land Reform:  Problems Prior To 1952, Law Number 178, Modifications To Land Reform, Results

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