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Suez: a Very British Crisis

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New series 1/3. Archive material, remarkable interviews, and dramatisations featuring James Fox as Sir Anthony Eden , provide an insight into the Suez crisis of 1956 - the Egyptian uprising that brought Gamal Abdul Nasser to power marking the end of British imperial dominance. Betrayal. Anthony Eden 's widow, the Countess of Avon, remembers the only meeting between the British prime minister and Nasser, while intimates recall the events that set them on a collision course. With contributions from David Attenborough , Omar Sharif and Brian Sewell. Producer Louise Hooper ; Series producer Peter Molloy End of empire: page 27

Contributors

Unknown: James Fox
Unknown: Sir Anthony Eden
Unknown: Gamal Abdul Nasser
Unknown: Anthony Eden
Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: Omar Sharif
Unknown: Brian Sewell.
Producer: Louise Hooper
Producer: Peter Molloy

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Suez: a Very British Crisis

BBC Two England, 16 October 2006 21.00






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