- Author:Joseph McPherson,Barry Carman,John McPherson
- Publisher:BBC Books; First Edition edition (October 1983)
- Pages:313 pages
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James Birdseye McPherson (November 14, 1828 – July 22, 1864) was a career United States Army officer who served as a general in the Union Army during the American Civil War. McPherson was on the General's staff of Henry Halleck and later, of Ulysses S. Grant and was with Grant at the Battle of Shiloh. He was killed at the Battle of Atlanta, facing the army of his old West Point classmate John Bell Hood, who paid a warm tribute to his character
The Man Who Loved Egypt : Bimbashi McPherson by Barry Carman .
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23 McPherson’s letters on the 1919 Revolution are reproduced in Barry Carman and John McPherson, ed. The Man Who Loved Egypt: Bimbashi McPherson (London: Ariel Books, 1985), pp. 204–221. 24 Huda Shaarawi, Harem Years: The Memoirs of an Egyptian Feminist, trans. and ed. Margot Badran (New York: The Feminist Press, 1986), p. 34. 25 Ibid.
Last night my eye fell upon A Life in Egypt by Bimbashi McPherson, and I pulled it. .
Last night my eye fell upon A Life in Egypt by Bimbashi McPherson, and I pulled it down from my shelf and began to read it again. McPherson joined Egyptian service before World War One, and died in 1946. Egypt at the time was still under Ottoman rule, at least in theory, so he held the rank of Bimbashi, equivalent to Major. His first role was in teaching Egyptian students; not an advanced one, and indeed he never held any official post of importance. But he mastered Arabic so completely that he could pass for a native Egyptian with ease; and his personality meant that he loved the Egyptians and they him.
Durrell, John Mcpherson, J. W. Mcpherson, Bimbash Mcpherson Hardcover, 313 Pages, Published 1983 by Bbc Books ISBN-13: 978-0-563-20134-2, ISBN: 0-563-20134-7 "Fine cloth copy in a good if slightly edge-nicked, dust-dulled & price-clipped dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong
McPherson, J. (Joseph Williams), 1866-1946. Publication, Distribution, et. London General Note: Contains a selection of the author's letters to his family during his forty-five years in Egypt.
McPherson, J. London. British Broadcasting Corp. Physical Description: 313 p. : il. geneal. 24 cm. General Note: Preface by Lawrence Durrell. General Note: Contains a selection of the author's letters to his family during his forty-five years in Egypt. General Note: Includes index. Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. -297.