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2012, ISBN: 1156696488

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[EAN: 9781156696484], Neubuch, [PU: Reference Series Books Llc Dez 2012], HISTORY / MIDDLE EAST EGYPT (SEE ALSO ANCIENT EGYPT), This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. Neuware - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 80. Chapters: Assassination of Anwar El Sadat, Cairo Tower, Egypt's Liberal Experiment, History of Egypt under the British, History of Egypt under the Muhammad Ali dynasty, History of modern Egypt, History of the Republic of Egypt, Khedivate of Egypt, Kingdom of Egypt, Maspero television building, Military history of Egypt during World War II, Mubarak era, Occupation of the Gaza Strip by Egypt, Republic of Egypt (1953-1958), Sultanate of Egypt, United Arab Republic, Western Desert Campaign. Excerpt: 164 article summaries including: United Arab Republic . Thornburgh hits opponent for United Arab Republic votes . Ninth Air Force in the Western Desert campaign to 23 January 1943 . Military history of modern Egypt from the Ottoman conquest to the Ramadan War . Ernesto, Che, Guevara in the United Arab Republic; Ernesto, Che, Guevara en la República Árabe Unida . Thornburgh says Moorhead votes enabled United Arab Republic to get $37 million of US aid . Thornburgh winds up campaign on prices, United Arab Republic, position papers . 160 United Arab Republic (Egypt) Cairo The World Atlas; Chief Administration of Geodesy and Cartography under the Council of Ministers of the USSR The World Atlas Second . The crisis of the intellectuals in the United Arab Republic, especially as reflected in Muhammad Hasanayn Haykal's Azmat al-muthaqqafn . the Crisis of the Intellectuals in the United Arab Republic, Especially as Reflected in Muhammad Hasanayn Haykal's Azmat al-Muthaqqafin . Taxation in the United Arab Republic (Egypt) (Le rà gime des impÿts en Rà publique arabe unie (Egypte)) (El sistema tributario de la República Arabe Unida (Egipto)) . Money and Banking in the United Arab Republic (Monnaie et banques dans la Rà publique arabe unie) (Moneda y banca en la República Arabe Unida) . (Map Title Page) 158-159 Africa, Political 160 United Arab Republic (Egypt) Cairo; Chief Administration of Geodesy and Cartography under the Council of Ministers of the . Mauritania, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, United Arab Republic, Chad, Sudan Pergamon World Atlas Pergamon Press, Ltd & PWN Poland 1967 Sluzba Topograficzna WP; . UAR (United Arab Republic) - Lower Nile Valley (Egypt) Pergamon World Atlas Sluzba Topograficzna WP; Pergamon World Atlas Pergamon Press Oxford, London, New York, . The dating of the tombs of officials of the Old Kingdom of Egypt . United Arab Republic: A Survey of Developments during the Five-Year Plan, 1960/61-1964/65 (Rà publique arabe unie: à volution de la situation pendant le premier Plan . Praeger(A Military History of Modern Egypt from the Ottoman Conquest to the Ramadan War)(Avoiding the Abyss: Progress, Shortfalls, and the Way Ahead in Combating the WMD Threat)(Playing with Fire: The Looming War with China Over Taiwan)(Homeland Security: Protecting America's Targets, 3 vols)(Book review). A military history of modern Egypt; from the Ottoman Conquest to the Ramadan War(Brief Article)(Book Review). Mubarak Era Spans Three Decades In Egypt. Beyond Tahrir Square: can Egypt's liberals survive in the post-Mubarak era(REPORTAGE). Sectarian strife threatens Egypt's new epoch: previously united under the despotic rule of their former president, Egyptians are struggling with issues of religious tolerance and freedom in the post-Mubarak era, which may not be as straightforward as they first. 80 pp. Englisch

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Books LLC, Reference Series], Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Chapters: North African Campaign, Western Desert Campaign, History of modern Egypt, Khedivate of Egypt, Kingdom of Egypt, Military history of Egypt during World War II, Sultanate of Egypt, Occupation of the Gaza Strip by Egypt, Cairo Tower, Assassination of Anwar Sadat, Egypt's Liberal Experiment, Maspiro television building. Excerpt: The Western Desert Campaign, also known as the Desert War was the initial stage of the North African Campaign during the Second World War. The campaign was heavily influenced by the availability of supplies and transport. The ability of the Allied forces, operating from besieged Malta to interdict Axis convoys was critical. Allied interdictions denied the German commander, Erwin Rommel, the fuel and the reinforcements he desperately needed at critical moments. In early 1942, the United States supplied a small US Army Air Forces bomber contingent in support of the campaign, referring to it as the Egypt-Libya Campaign. From the start, the Western Desert Campaign was a continuous back-and-forth struggle. In September 1940, the first offensive, the invasion of Egypt, was initiated by the Italian forces in Libya against British and Commonwealth forces stationed in neutral Egypt. The Italian offensive was halted and, in December 1940, the British made a counterattack. What started as a five-day raid turned into Operation Compass, resulting in massive losses for the Italian forces. The Italian's Axis partner, Germany, provided a contingent of ground forces (Heer) and air forces (Luftwaffe) to prevent a total collapse, and Germany became the dominant partner. Axis forces would twice more launch large-scale assaults against the Allies. Each time the Axis forces pushed the Allied forces back to Egypt, but both times the Allies retaliated and regained the ground lost. On the second (and final) Axis push, the Allies were driven far into Egypt however, the Allies recovered at El Alamein and then managed to drive the Axis forces west and completely out of Libya. The Axis forces were driven back until they reached Tunisia when the "Western Desert Campaign" effectively ended and the Eighth Army and Rommel's forces became involved in the "Tunisia Campaign" which had begun in November 1942. Northern Africa before the start of the offensiveThe British had forces in Egypt since 1882.Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Pappeinband], [PU: Bertrams Print On Demand], - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Chapters: North African Campaign, Western Desert Campaign, History of modern Egypt, Khedivate of Egypt, Kingdom of Egypt, Military history of Egypt during World War II, Sultanate of Egypt, Occupation of the Gaza Strip by Egypt, Cairo Tower, Assassination of Anwar Sadat, Egypt's Liberal Experiment, Maspiro television building. Excerpt: The Western Desert Campaign, also known as the Desert War was the initial stage of the North African Campaign during the Second World War. The campaign was heavily influenced by the availability of supplies and transport. The ability of the Allied forces, operating from besieged Malta to interdict Axis convoys was critical. Allied interdictions denied the German commander, Erwin Rommel, the fuel and the reinforcements he desperately needed at critical moments. In early 1942, the United States supplied a small US Army Air Forces bomber contingent in support of the campaign, referring to it as the Egypt-Libya Campaign. From the start, the Western Desert Campaign was a continuous back-and-forth struggle. In September 1940, the first offensive, the invasion of Egypt, was initiated by the Italian forces in Libya against British and Commonwealth forces stationed in neutral Egypt. The Italian offensive was halted and, in December 1940, the British made a counterattack. What started as a five-day raid turned into Operation Compass, resulting in massive losses for the Italian forces. The Italian's Axis partner, Germany, provided a contingent of ground forces (Heer) and air forces (Luftwaffe) to prevent a total collapse, and Germany became the dominant partner. Axis forces would twice more launch large-scale assaults against the Allies. Each time the Axis forces pushed the Allied forces back to Egypt, but both times the Allies retaliated and regained the ground lost. On the second (and final) Axis push, the Allies were driven far into Egypt however, the Allies recovered at El Alamein and then managed to drive the Axis forces west and completely out of Libya. The Axis forces were driven back until they reached Tunisia when the Western Desert Campaign effectively ended and the Eighth Army and Rommel's forces became involved in the Tunisia Campaign which had begun in November 1942. Northern Africa before the start of the offensiveThe British had forces in Egypt since 1882. - Besorgungstitel - vorauss. Lieferzeit 3-5 Tage.., [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Pappeinband], [PU: Bertrams Print On Demand], - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Chapters: North African Campaign, Western Desert Campaign, History of modern Egypt, Khedivate of Egypt, Kingdom of Egypt, Military history of Egypt during World War II, Sultanate of Egypt, Occupation of the Gaza Strip by Egypt, Cairo Tower, Assassination of Anwar Sadat, Egypt's Liberal Experiment, Maspiro television building. Excerpt: The Western Desert Campaign, also known as the Desert War was the initial stage of the North African Campaign during the Second World War. The campaign was heavily influenced by the availability of supplies and transport. The ability of the Allied forces, operating from besieged Malta to interdict Axis convoys was critical. Allied interdictions denied the German commander, Erwin Rommel, the fuel and the reinforcements he desperately needed at critical moments. In early 1942, the United States supplied a small US Army Air Forces bomber contingent in support of the campaign, referring to it as the Egypt-Libya Campaign. From the start, the Western Desert Campaign was a continuous back-and-forth struggle. In September 1940, the first offensive, the invasion of Egypt, was initiated by the Italian forces in Libya against British and Commonwealth forces stationed in neutral Egypt. The Italian offensive was halted and, in December 1940, the British made a counterattack. What started as a five-day raid turned into Operation Compass, resulting in massive losses for the Italian forces. The Italian's Axis partner, Germany, provided a contingent of ground forces (Heer) and air forces (Luftwaffe) to prevent a total collapse, and Germany became the dominant partner. Axis forces would twice more launch large-scale assaults against the Allies. Each time the Axis forces pushed the Allied forces back to Egypt, but both times the Allies retaliated and regained the ground lost. On the second (and final) Axis push, the Allies were driven far into Egypt however, the Allies recovered at El Alamein and then managed to drive the Axis forces west and completely out of Libya. The Axis forces were driven back until they reached Tunisia when the Western Desert Campaign effectively ended and the Eighth Army and Rommel's forces became involved in the Tunisia Campaign which had begun in November 1942. Northern Africa before the start of the offensiveThe British had forces in Egypt since 1882. - Besorgungstitel - vorauss. Lieferzeit 3-5 Tage.., [SC: 0.00]

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: LIFE JOURNEY, 52 Seiten, L=152mm, B=229mm, H=3mm, Gew.=91gr, Kartoniert/Broschiert

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781156696484
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1156696488
Paperback
Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: LIFE JOURNEY
52 Pages
Weight: 0,091 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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