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Mūsá, Salāmah, 1887-1958

LC control no.n 80148728
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPJ7850.U846
Personal name headingMūsá, Salāmah, 1887-1958
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Variant(s)Salāmah Mūsá, 1887-1958
Moussa, Salama, 1887-1958
Salama Moussa, 1887-1958
سلامة موسى
موس، سلامة، 1887-1958
موسى، سلامة
موسى، سلامة، 1887-1958
موسى، سلامة، 1889-1958
موسى، سلامه
موسى، سلامه، 1887-1958
موسى، سلامه، 1958-1887
Associated countryEgypt
Birth date1887
Death date19580804
Place of birthZaqāzīq (Egypt)
Place of deathEgypt
AffiliationKhedivial College (Cairo, Egypt) Egyptian Socialist Party
Fabian Society (Great Britain) Socialist Society (Great Britain) Al Hilal Publishing and Marketing Group
Profession or occupationNovelists Politicians Journalists Editors
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
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Found inAuthor's al-Adab lil-shaʻb, 1961.
Ḥawlīyāt Salāmah Mūsá, 1994/1: t.p. (Salāmah Mūsá; Salama Moussa)
Dictionary of African Biography, accessed March 13, 2015, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Musa, Salama; fiction writer, political figure, print journalist; born 1887 in al-Zaqaziq, Egypt; attended the Khedivial College in Cairo (1903-1907); settled in Paris (1908); was attracted to Fabian ideas and joined the Fabian Society Association in London; began to develop socialist thoughts in Egypt in the years just prior to World War I; became a founding member of a socialist society in Cairo, which joined forces with the Communist group of Alexandria and together announced the formation of the Egyptian Socialist Party (ESP) (1921); founded the society “The Egyptian for the Egyptian,” (1930); was a leading proponent of the racial basis of Pharaonicism (al-firʻawniyya); was appointed editor of al-Hilal (1923-1929); founded a new periodical called al-Majallah al-Jadidah (1929); with the outbreak of World War II, he was appointed editor-in-chief of a periodical published by the Ministry of Social Affairs; died 04 August 1958 in Egypt)