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Divided We Stand

W Scott Lucas
Divided We Stand

Divided We Stand

W Scott Lucas

$85.00

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The Suez crisis of 1956, sparked by the nationalization of the Suez Canal Company, led to the resignation of a Prime Minister, ended British dominance in the Middle East and threatened to destroy the Anglo-American alliance. This book includes recently released documents and interviews.

- Publisher The Suez crisis of 1956, sparked by Egypt's nationalization of the Suez Canal Company, led to the resignation of a Prime Minister, ended British dominance in the Middle East and threatened to destroy the Anglo-American alliance. This book includes recently released American, British and Israeli documents and interviews with participants of the Suez crisis using this information to recreate a tale of diplomatic manoeuvring, military planning, Middle Eastern intrigues, conspiracies and blunders.;The result is a study not only of nations and power politics but also of personalities* the friction between Anthony Eden and John Foster Dulles; the travails of a Prime Minister, under pressure from the press and uneasy with his senior colleagues; the efforts of Foreign Office and State Department officials to save the Anglo-American relationship by overthrowing the Egyptian Government; the domination of American policy by the Dulles brothers, who were given free reign by President Eisenhower to intervene in other countries throughout the world.

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The Suez crisis of 1956, sparked by the nationalization of the Suez Canal Company, led to the resignation of a Prime Minister, ended British dominance in the Middle East and threatened to destroy the Anglo-American alliance. This book includes recently released documents and interviews.
- Publisher

The Suez crisis of 1956, sparked by Egypt's nationalization of the Suez Canal Company, led to the resignation of a Prime Minister, ended British dominance in the Middle East and threatened to destroy the Anglo-American alliance. This book includes recently released American, British and Israeli documents and interviews with participants of the Suez crisis using this information to recreate a tale of diplomatic manoeuvring, military planning, Middle Eastern intrigues, conspiracies and blunders.;The result is a study not only of nations and power politics but also of personalities* the friction between Anthony Eden and John Foster Dulles; the travails of a Prime Minister, under pressure from the press and uneasy with his senior colleagues; the efforts of Foreign Office and State Department officials to save the Anglo-American relationship by overthrowing the Egyptian Government; the domination of American policy by the Dulles brothers, who were given free reign by President Eisenhower to intervene in other countries throughout the world.
- Publisher

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  • Catalogue Code 76367
  • Product Code 0340536667
  • EAN 9780340536667
  • Pages 384
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category Power/politics
  • Publisher Hodder & Stoughton
  • Publication Date Sep 1991
  • Dimensions 234 x 156 mm
  • Weight 0.766kg

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