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Egypt

early 1960s. Post war recovery The party responded to their defeat by accepting many of the Labour (Labour Party (UK)) government's social reforms whilst also offering a distinctive Conservative edge, as set out in their 1947 poicy statement ''Industrial Charter''. They returned to government in 1951 (United Kingdom general election, 1951) under Churchill. Churchill remained leader for another four years, during which time the Conservatives showed their acceptance of Labour reforms, though modifying some, such as the denationalisation the steel industry. In 1955 Churchill retired and was succeeded by Sir Anthony Eden (Anthony Eden). Eden had an immense personal popularity and lengthy experience as Foreign Secretary, but his government ran into a number of troubles on the domestic front as the economy began to overheat. In international affairs the government was confronted by the decision of the Egyptian government of Gamal Abdel Nasser to nationalise the Suez Canal. Eden agreed to a secret collaboration with France and Israel to retake the Canal, but the resulting operation see Suez Crisis backfired miserably and left the United Kingdom heavily embarrassed abroad and Eden discredited at home. With his health failing, Eden resigned at the beginning of 1957. Commons:Category:Egypt WikiPedia:Egypt Dmoz:Regional Africa Egypt


Israel

in 2003. His colleague is Rabbi Yona Metzger, the Ashkenazi (Ashkenazi Jews) Chief Rabbi of Israel. Post war recovery The party responded to their defeat by accepting many of the Labour (Labour Party (UK)) government's social reforms whilst also offering a distinctive Conservative edge, as set out in their 1947 poicy statement ''Industrial Charter''. They returned to government in 1951 (United Kingdom general election, 1951) under Churchill. Churchill remained leader for another four years, during which time the Conservatives showed their acceptance of Labour reforms, though modifying some, such as the denationalisation the steel industry. In 1955 Churchill retired and was succeeded by Sir Anthony Eden (Anthony Eden). Eden had an immense personal popularity and lengthy experience as Foreign Secretary, but his government ran into a number of troubles on the domestic front as the economy began to overheat. In international affairs the government was confronted by the decision of the Egyptian government of Gamal Abdel Nasser to nationalise the Suez Canal. Eden agreed to a secret collaboration with France and Israel to retake the Canal, but the resulting operation see Suez Crisis backfired miserably and left the United Kingdom heavily embarrassed abroad and Eden discredited at home. With his health failing, Eden resigned at the beginning of 1957. thumb 200px right (Image:Tafila Tophel.JPG) '''Tophel''' or '''Tofel''' (תפל) was an Edomite town mentioned in the Hebrew Bible: "These are the words Moses spoke to all Israel in the desert east of the Jordan (Jordan River) — that is, in the Arabah — opposite Suph, between Paran (Desert of Paran) and Tophel, Laban, Hazeroth and Dizahab." (Deuteronomy 1:1). It is identified as Tafilah in Jordan north to Petra. Dick Clark (Dick Clark (senator)), a Democratic (Democratic Party (United States)) Senator from Iowa, discovered the operation during a fact-finding mission in Africa, but Seymour Hersh, a reporter for ''The New York Times'', revealed IA Feature to the public on December 13, 1975. Commons:Category:Israel Wikipedia:Israel Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel


France

included on Oasis' compilation (Greatest hits) album ''Stop the Clocks'' and on the US release of ''Time Flies... 1994-2009 (Time Flies... 1994–2009)'' Post war recovery The party responded to their defeat by accepting many of the Labour (Labour Party (UK)) government's social reforms whilst also offering a distinctive Conservative edge, as set out in their 1947 poicy statement ''Industrial Charter''. They returned to government in 1951 (United Kingdom general election, 1951) under Churchill. Churchill remained leader for another four years, during which time the Conservatives showed their acceptance of Labour reforms, though modifying some, such as the denationalisation the steel industry. In 1955 Churchill retired and was succeeded by Sir Anthony Eden (Anthony Eden). Eden had an immense personal popularity and lengthy experience as Foreign Secretary, but his government ran into a number of troubles on the domestic front as the economy began to overheat. In international affairs the government was confronted by the decision of the Egyptian government of Gamal Abdel Nasser to nationalise the Suez Canal. Eden agreed to a secret collaboration with France and Israel to retake the Canal, but the resulting operation see Suez Crisis backfired miserably and left the United Kingdom heavily embarrassed abroad and Eden discredited at home. With his health failing, Eden resigned at the beginning of 1957. Major '''Reginald Oscar Schwarz''' MC (Military Cross), known as '''Reggie''' (born 4 May 1875 in Lee (Lee, London), London, England, died 18 November 1918 in Etaples, France) was a South African cricketer and international rugby union footballer. Schwarz was a major in the King's Royal Rifle Corps regiment of the British Army who fought on the Western Front (Western Front (World War I)) in World War I. He was given the role of Deputy Assistant Quartermaster General and was Assistant Controller of salvage. For his actions during the war he was Mentioned in Despatches and was awarded the Military Cross. He survived the war, but died in the Spanish flu epidemic in Etaples, France just seven days after the Armistice (Armistice with Germany (Compiègne)) had been signed. He was 43. His father died aged 30 following an appendicitis operation Harding, Gilbert, ''Along my Line'', Autobiography, Putnam, London, 1953, chapter 2. and so his mother placed him into the care of The Royal Orphanage of Wolverhampton (Royal Wolverhampton School). Harding's education continued at Queens' College (Queens' College, Cambridge), Cambridge (University of Cambridge), after which he took jobs teaching English in Canada and France. He returned to Britain and worked as a policeman in Bradford, before taking a position as ''The Times'' correspondent in Cyprus. In 1936 he again returned to England and began a long-term career with the BBC. He regularly appeared on the BBC television panel game ''What's My Line? (What's My Line?#United Kingdom)'' as a panellist, having been the presenter of the very first episode in 1951. The FNLC invaded Shaba again on May 11, 1978, capturing Kolwezi in two days. While the Carter Administration had accepted Cuba's insistence on its non-involvement in Shaba I, and therefore did not stand with Mobutu, the U.S. government now accused Castro of complicity. Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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