The Suez operation in 1956. "The Last [English] standing"

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Angry scenes in Parliament, mass demonstrations against
war, vitriolic attacks in the media, a Prime Minister
increasingly harassed while a Western invasion force prepares
to attack an Arab country ... No, we are not in February 2003. or
Iraq. But in November 1956, when the operation Musketeer
Revised and the Anglo-French attack against Egypt to seize
Suez canal and cause the overthrow of the country's president, Gamal
Abdul Nasser. The Suez Crisis of 1956 and the withdrawal - or rather the decline
precipitated - Aden, two episodes of the British post-war colonial adventure
that marked the end game for the Empire "on which the sun
never sets ", especially for what was left
the Middle East.

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