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Israel Withdraws from Sinai

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1957_A

By Cummings, 'The Daily Express', January 2, 1957

Depicted: Eisenhower, John Foster Dulles, Richard Nixon

1957A

By Giles, 'The Sunday Express', January 6, 1957

1957B

By Illingworth, January 12, 1957

'Head on a Plate'
Sir Anthony Eden's resignation.

1957C

By Vicky, 'The Daily Mirror', February 1, 1957

1957D

By Giles, 'The Sunday Express', February 3, 1957

1957E

By Vicky, 'The New Statesman', February 9, 1957

Depicted: Ibn Saud, king of Saudi Arabia.

1957F

By Giles, 'The Sunday Express', February 17, 1957

1957G

By Cummings, 'The Daily Express', March 6, 1957

MacMillan reviewing latest press headlines.

1957H

By Vicky, 'The New Statesman', March 9, 1957

Depicted: Nasser - Ben-Gurion - Eisenhower - Dag Hammarskjold

1957I

By Vicky, 'The Daily Mirror', March 13, 1957

1957J

By Cummings, 'The Daily Express', March 13, 1957

Anthony Eden and his long, long shadow of the Suez Canal.

1957K

By Vicky, 'The Daily Mirror', March 27, 1957

1957_B

By Harold Maples, 'The Fort Worth Star-Telegram', April 3, 1957

1957L

By Emmwood, 'The Daily Mail', April 16, 1957

The young King Hussein of Jordan lamenting the absence of Glubb Pesha.

1957_C

By Harold Maples, 'The Fort Worth Star-Telegram', April 17, 1957

1957M

By Giles, 'The Daily Express', May1, 1957

1957-1958, Lebanon: Send in the Marines!

"The Eisenhower Doctrine" This policy asserted America's right "to employ the armed forces of the U.S. to assist to defend the territorial integrity
and the political independence of any nation" in the Middle East that requested assistance against "communist armed aggression."
It was not supposed to be used in response to an internal insurrection or civil war.

1957N

By Low, 'The Manchester Guardian', May 7, 1957

1957O

By Emmwood, 'The Daily Mail', May 25, 1957

1957P

By Cummings, 'The Daily Express', May 26, 1957

"October 1956 - the U.S. Sixth Fleet dashes off to scare the British from intervening in the Middle East.
1957 - The U.S. Sixth Fleet dashes off to -er - ahem - intervene in the Middle East..."

1957Q

By Vicky, 'The Daily Mirror', July 24, 1957

British troops move into Oman to suppress an uprising against the Sultan of Oman.

1957_D

By Illingworth, 'The Daily Mail', August 20, 1957

Caption: Soviet Union stamping on Syria.

1957R

By Vicky, 'The Daily Mirror', September 13, 1957