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Egyptian army's poor performance increases unpopularity of King Farouk. 1949 - Committee of the Free Officers' Movement formed to overthrow corrupt monarchy. 1952 January - At least 20 people are killed in anti-British riots in Cairo. 1952 July - Coup by the Free Officers' Movement. In this case, the trouble seems to have started with Teti, the next pharaoh after Unas. The triangular shape of the pyramids shows the control of one person over many.

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Publisher: BiblioBazaar (July 17, 2009)

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