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Rudolf Von Slatin's Sudan Career (1879-1914)
Although Rudolf Von Slatin was originally an Austro-Hungarian citizen, he began his official duties under the Egyptian Government thanks to the British civil and military officials he encountered during his trip to Sudan. R. Slatin, who left Vienna at the age of 17, did not have a good education, but was able to assume important duties in Sudan at a very young age. Slatin’'s appointment to these positions was made possible thanks to the contributions of the powerful British General C. Gordon. R. Slatin’s career in Sudan fluctuated from mudir to governor, from 12 years of captivity to General Inspectorate of Sudan. Especially during the years of the British invasion of Sudan from 1896 to 1898, Slatin Bey's important duties in the Anglo-Egyptian military power increased his recognition even further. Slatin was on the front lines of the Anglo-Egyptian army moving towards the interior of Sudan. And Slatin Bey led the army, which tried to capture the Caliph and his commanders, who once kept him in captivity. He was one of the few who restructured Sudan during the period of British rule, which began in 1899 with the elimination of the Mahdi State. The story of Slatin Bey, who closely observes the Mahdi Movement, which can be called a breaking point in the modern history of Sudan, will open new doors to the studies to be made in the period.

Africa, Sudan, Rudolf V. Slatin, The Mahdi Movement, Darfur.

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