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1950-1951, Talks on British Forces in Egypt
Anglo-Egyptian conversations on the defense of the Suez Canal and on the Sudan; December 1950—November 1951 (Egypt No. 2 {1951}): n.a., 47p, Cmd.
8419, London, HMSO, Nov. 1951. (The right of Great Britain to station troops in Egypt, with the principal aim of securing British interests in the Suez
Canal, was based upon the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty of 1936; an agreement with a minimum term of twenty years. Given the greatly changed circumstances of
the post-war world, taking the 1936 agreement to term was not realistic. This document describes both the Anglo-Egyptian and international negotiations
seeking to find a replacement for the 1936 treaty that would permit some sort of continuance of the British military presence in Egypt.)
Title:   Anglo-Egyptian conversations on the defence of the Suez Canal and on the Sudan, December 1950- November 1951 / presented by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs to Parliamen by command of His Majesty, November 1951.
OCLC Number:   654621428
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