The United States and the 1958 Lebanon Crisis: American Intervention in the Middle East

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University Press of America, 1994 - History - 160 pages
The 1958 Lebanon crisis was perceived in the Cold War as a threat to the US, and the Eisenhower government therefore intervened militarily in July 1958. This book focuses on the perceptions, assumptions and considerations that prompted the US to intervene, drawing on White House meetings' data.

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Contents

Introduction
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U S Middle East Relations in the 1950s
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19531957
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