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King Farouk

  • 05 16, 2023

King Farouk

King Farouk I (11 February 1920 – 18 March 1965). The tenth ruler of Egypt from the Muhammad Ali dynasty, born on February 11, 1920, in Cairo.

 He is the succeeding his father, Fuad I, in 1936. His title is  Majesty Farouk I, by the grace of God, King of Egypt and Sudan.

 He became a crown prince when he was young.  his father gave him the title of “Prince of Upper Egypt” After Farouk returned to Egypt, a regency council assumed his functions, and he completes his study at the same time.

the step before the last to be taken in the process of the evacuation from Egypt when the Treaty of Alliance between Egypt and Britain was signed in 1936. He orders the government to cancel the waiver gained by the British ambassador. He Ruled Egypt on July 29, 1937.

 In 1937, he signed a pact that stipulated the cancellation of foreign waivers and Egypt joined the League of Nations. He established the air and naval colleges.

and formed an army to support the national army, established the Ministry of Social Affairs.

 give the law for raising the wages of factor. He also issued the Judicial Authority Act on judicial independence. He signed the League of Arab States protocol. He devoted attention to education.

He established the Real Estate Registration Office, Council of State, and a council for addressing poverty, ignorance, and disease. opened the textiles factory. He established as well Qantir El-Delta and Qantir was at the State’s expense and treatment was free for all at public hospitals. He also builds many hospitals.

 but because of the abundance of corruption that is said about him, the free officers organized an intifada movement to remove him from office and enter the presidency in Egypt. and the end of the era of kings and their rule by the Egyptians and not by foreigners .. so they removed him and appointed Muhammad Naguib as president of Egypt.


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Back in 1936, King Farouk decided to expel all English employees working in the palace service. This included his private driver and the King's private guard. The only ones who were allowed to stay were the first pharmacist until the end of his contract and the nannies of his sisters, the princesses.

He asked the government to revoke the privileges that the British ambassador was receiving.

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