Site for President Gamal Abdel Nasser
This site has been established in cooperation with Bibliotheca Alexandrina and the Gamal Abdel Nasser Foundation. It includes a number of digital audio-visual documents on the Leader Gamal Abdel Nasser, accompanied with detailed search options.
A general search is conducted in all site sections
Minutes of meetings of the Executive Committee of the Supreme Arab Socialist Union
Leader of the Revolution of July 1952, Gamal Abdel Nasser is considered the first Egyptian Republic elected president after the rule of King Farouk. He was a pioneer for liberation movements in the Middle East and African countries, and he was one of the founders of the Non-Alignment Movement.
It includes a collection of Egyptian documents that encompass days of Nasser from the Egyptian Press, handwritten papers, the Central Committee for the Socialist Union sessions, the Revolutionary Command Council decrees, cards exchanged between family members, minutes of the Ministers Council sessions and some publications. It also includes a complete set of documents representing official correspondence between Egypt and each of Great Britain and the USA.
The site includes several audio-visual documents, including:
51,512 photographs, 1,124 portraits, 1,359 audio-visual and read speeches, 1,209 documentaries, in addition to the Nasser and Culture collection, which includes plastic and applied arts, songs of the revolution, poetry, and Nasser’s writings.
23 may 2013
Date of last update
8 october 2012