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anwar sadat

  • Anwar Sadat was born on 1918 and died 0n 1981.
  • He was Born into a family of 13 children.
  • Anwar Sadat grew up in an Egypt under British control. In 1936, the British created a military school in Egypt, and Sadat was one of the first students.
  • When he graduated from the academy and Sadat received a government post, and he met Gamal Abdel Nasser, who would one day rule Egypt.
  • He served in the military before helping to overthrow his country's monarchy in the early 1950s. He served as vice president before becoming president in 1970.
  • Anwar Sadat was the one-time president of Egypt (1970-1981).
  • Though his country faced internal economic instability, Sadat would later earn the 1978 Nobel Peace Prize for entering into peace agreements with Israel. He was assassinated soon after, on October 6, 1981, in Cairo, Egypt, by Muslim extremists.
  • shout out - he was best known for overthrowing the British rule and expel the British from Egypt.
  • he had a military dictatorship.
  • his domestic policies were to create peace.
  • his foreign policies were to prevent war and attacks on them.
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