The Army of the Khedive by Mark A. Reid is a detailed account of how the Egyptian Army earned over 14,000 medals during the period 1882-89 and analyses the issue, naming and distribution of these medals and clasps.
The Army of the Khedive covers the Egypt Medal, Queen’s and Khedive’s Sudan Medals. The operational service of the Egyptian Army, with orders of battle, is included and each unit is described in detail together with lists of officers.
Other chapters cover General Gordon’s Star, The Khedive’s Star, Casualty rolls and British NCOs attached to the Egyptian Army.
The Army of the Khedive by Mark A. Reid, 2013, 155mm x 234mm, case bound with colour jacket, 276 pages, 16 black & white illustrations, 20 colour plates