EGYPT: Britain: Get Out

"The impression has got about the world," said Winston Churchill recently, "that we have only to be threatened to clear out of any place." One man who is clearly under this impression is Egypt's El Nahas Pasha. In a go-minute speech before Egypt's noisy Parliament last week, he demanded: 1) evacuation of all British forces (some 35,000 troops, and fighter planes) from the strategic Suez Canal zone; 2) a constitutional amendment incorporating the Sudan into a new Nile kingdom of "Egypt and Sudan" (the Sudanese had not been consulted, but Nahas Pasha promised them a separate parliament, provided that Egypt...

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