The Suez Breach of 1956 and Americans with a Past
Among the might-have-beens of history few can be more tantalising than what the future of the Middle East would have been if the United States under General Eisenhower as President and John Foster Dulles as Secretary of State had let Britain and France restore, according to treaty, an international regime over the Suez Canal.
KeywordsMiddle East Filial Piety Suez Canal American Policy Supreme Commander
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