Suez Canal Crisis
Originally published 11/02/2016
Yoav J. Tenembaum
Britain and France went along with every effort to resolve the crisis diplomatically.
Originally published 11/01/2016
The 1956 Suez Crisis is widely remembered as a critical event in post-war British history, which helped bring to an end the era of Britain as a global empire and superpower.
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