They planted a stone

United Kingdom, 1953

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The story of how the immense desert of the Sudan was transformed, by the harnessing of the waters of the River Nile, into the rich country of the Gezira Cotton Scheme: how this was achieved by means of a partnership with the Sudanese people; and how they have benefited thereby.

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James Carr

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