The Most Important Country -- the true story of the Suez crisis and the events leading to Its

By: Connell, John

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London: Cassell & Co Ltd, 1957. 400 g; XII, 240 pages, indexed with 2 maps, in original dark blue papered boards, and is illustrated dustjacket. Top on front edges of the textblock are somewhat sunned and have traces of foxing, the spine section of the dustjacket has darkened from handling and exposure to light, top edge of dustjacket ruffled, there is a quarter inch tear at the bottom right-hand corner of the rear panel had price clipped in of the front fold over flap. This book sets out to give the whole story of the Anglo-French intervention in the Israeli-Egyptian conflict in the light of political and economic developments in Egypt from the end of World War II. -- Front fold over blurb. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good -- Price Clipped. Illus. by Maps. 8 vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. History -- Egypt.

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