Daly, Empire on the Nile: The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
, 1898-1934 (Cambridge, 1986), p.
"Midwifery Training and Female Circumcision in the Inter-War Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
." Journal of African History 39:293-312.
The Egyptian Army cited by Churchill above is the focus of Soldiers of the Nile, a biographical dictionary of its British officers from its mutinous origin of 1882 to its disbandment and expulsion from the Sudan following the assassination of the Governor-General of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
, Sir Lee Stack, in Cairo in 1924.
For half a century prior to its independence in 1956, Sudan was a condominium of Britain and Egypt, officially named "Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
." Condominium solutions have also been proposed in recent years as a way to reconcile competing sovereignty claims with respect to the Falkland Islands, Gibraltar and Northern Ireland.