Imperialism

English in the Courts

First time English is used as the judicial language.

British Imperialism

Moving forward

Egyptian Gazette Views on Imperialism

Although there is a constant sense of British imperialism evident throughout the Egyptian Gazette, the attitude toward this imperialism varies widely throughout the paper. For instance, there are many cases where the Egyptian Gazette provides long blocks of texts or ads clearly targeted toward rich Englishmen. The paper then proceeds to provide a sentence-long description of an item or event important to African natives. This follows with the expected traditional convention of the paper, seeing as its intended audience was wealthy Westerners.