Cutting the lion's tail: Suez through Egyptian eyes

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Arbor House, 1987 - History - 238 pages
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A long-time friend and confidant to former Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nassar discusses Egypt's decision to nationalize the Suez Canal and the international conflicts that decision provoked

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Incredibly dry and ... a tad boring. I bought this book while taking a class on the history of the Middle East, based on an excerpt we read. I thought it would be good to read the Egyptian take on ... Read full review

Cutting the lion's tail: Suez through Egyptian eyes

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In a highly anecdotal fashion, a prominent Egyptian journalist who has been close to Egypt's heads of state since the revolution in 1952 discusses his country's relations with England, the United ... Read full review

Contents

Aftermath of War
1
The Strained Alliance
5
Dealing with the Ancien Regime
14
Copyright

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