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'No War with Egypt', 1956

Photograph, Suez Crisis (1956).

In November 1956, British and French forces invaded Egypt in collusion with Israel. This was a reaction to Colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser's nationalisation of the Franco-British Suez Canal Company. The invasion of Egypt caused a diplomatic storm abroad and much domestic opposition at home.

This image depicts members of the British Peace Committee who organised a 2,000-strong demonstration outside the Houses of Parliament.

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NAM. 2014-11-11-2


Copyright: London Express News and Feature


National Army Museum, Study Collection

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