Abbas II of Egypt

Abbas II Hilmi

Abbas II

Abbas II (né le 14 juillet 1874 à Alexandrie - mort le 20 décembre 1944 à Genève) fut le dernier Khédive d'Égypte de 1892 à 1914.

Il fut destitué par les autorités britanniques en 1914 pendant la Première Guerre mondiale pour avoir soutenu le mouvement nationaliste. Son successeur est Hussein Kamal.

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