Nasser Hero of the Arab Nation
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Description: To cite an old Egyptian cliche, Nasser (1918-1970) was the 'first Egyptian to rule Egypt since Cleopatra.' Deposing the corrupt king Farouk, abolishing the monarchy and negotiating the withdrawal of the British, Nasser was truly beloved by millions. Even after catastrophic military disaster in the 'Six-Day War' of 1967, having resigned in humiliation, such was his standing that people filled the streets to clamor for his reinstatement. In this captivating profile, Joel Gordon examines the legacy of the famous autocrat, being careful to include his limitations as well as his many strengths.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Oneworld Publications
Publication date: 11/6/2006
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
|Note on transliteration|
|Introduction: Beloved of Millions|
|We're the People: 1918-1956|
|Nights around the campfire|
|The Greater Nation: 1956-1961|
|Gaza and Suez|
|The Arab circle|
|July 1958 - three crises|
|The Socialist Garden: 1961-1967|
|Hot and cold wars|
|Race against death|
|Conclusion: A Picture|