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His military ambition required him to modernise the country: he built industries, a system of canals for irrigation and transport, and reformed the civil service.  He constructed a military state with around four percent of the populace serving the army to raise Egypt to a powerful positioning in the Ottoman Empire in a way showing various similarities to the Soviet strategies (without communism) conducted in the 20th century.  Muhammad Ali Pasha evolved the military from one that convened under the tradition of the corvée to a great modernised army.
Publisher: Nabu Press (May 11, 2012)
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