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Fleur Vande Kerckhove
23 Jan 2018
Egypt was declared a republic
Nasser became deputy prime minister and minister of interior
Egyptian government agreed to a plan for self- determination for Sudan
British government announced that there was no strategic alternative to the maintenance of the British base in the canal area.
Nasser signed an agreement providing for the withdrawal of all British troops
A member of the Brotherhood attempted to kill Nasser
Muhammad Naguib elected as president of the Egyptian Army Officers Club
Violent strike at the Misr Company textile factories at Kafr ad Dawwar in the Delta.
Ali Maher resigned as Prime Minister
Mohamed Naguib became Minister of War and Navy
Mohamed Naguib became Prime Minister
Mohamed Naguib became 1st President of Egypt
The RCC passed the Agrarian Reform Law of 1952
All political parties were dissolved and banned
The Liberation Rally headed by Nasser was launched
Nasser outlawed the Muslim Brotherhood
Eden visited Cairo seeking again to persuade Nasser to join the Baghdad Pact. Nasser refused.
Nasser gained attention as a Third World during the Conference of the Nonaligned Movement in Bandung,
Nasser became convinced that Egypt had to arm to defend itself against Isreal
Isreali army attacked Egyptian military outposts in Gaza.
Nasser negotiated the famous arms agreement with Czechoslovakia
Nasser appeared in Muhammad Ali Square in Alexandria
Israeli troops crossed the frontier into the Sinai Peninsula
Britain and France accepted a cease-fire
UNEF began arriving in Egypt
Egypt reopened the canal to shipping
Ali Maher serves 3rd term as Prime Minister
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