PACT WITH EGYPT British military control to be limited to Suez Canal. Signing at Foreign?
Long view of Channel steamer "Canterbury" backing into Dover Harbour. Semi view of Nahas Pasha & wife looking over rail, Cu. of Nahas Pasha and pan. to wife. Good cu. of Nahas Pasha
ENGLAND: London: Foreign office
Gen. view of delegates assembled in Foreign office sitting at table amongst them being Sir John Simon, Ramsay MacDonald, Sir Miles Lampson, Nahas Pasha & others - Mr. Eden making speech. Semi view of MacDonald and Simon sitting at table. Semi view of Nahas Pasha signing treaty Semi view of Ramsay MacDonald signing treaty Semi view of Mr. Eden signing treaty Gen. view of ministers in room, Mr. Eden speaking and closing ceremony - ministers get up and shake hands
Background: PACT WITH EGYPT British military control to be limited to Suez Canal. Signing at Foreign Office follows arrival of Nahhas Pasha.
Signing of Anglo-Egyptian treaty which officially ended the British occupation of Egypt and established a 20-year military alliance between the two countries.
Diplomacy; Personalities - Politicians; British Empire; Independence Movements; Ceremonies - Political; Great Britain