Aswan Dam Egypt th century In the late th century the growth of population and agricultural production in the lower Nile Valley led to the decision to build a dam across the river at Aswan This would both improve control of the massive annual Nile floods for agriculture and provide hydroelectric power for industry The dam was built by the British who employed some of their foremost engineers including Willcocks Baker and Aird Construction was completed in with modifications to its height made in and Even after this the dam ultimately proved inadequate for its purpose leading to the building of the much larger Aswan High Dam in the s
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