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Suez, Egypt in Africa

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Steamship Nera navigating a curve in the Suez Canal, Egypt Featured Suez Print

Steamship Nera navigating a curve in the Suez Canal, Egypt

The French Steamship Nera navigating a curve in the Suez Canal, Egypt, North Africa. On 2nd October 1911 the SS Nera collided with the British ship SS Taviuni (which sank), off Millers Point, Sydney Harbour, Australia. Date: circa 1908

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Canal, Corner, Curve, Egypt, Egyptian, French, Navigating, Nera, Steamship, Suez, Transport, Transportation, Turn, Turning

Sir Anthony Eden on his way to lunch with the Queen - Eden has shortly prior to this Featured Suez Print

Sir Anthony Eden on his way to lunch with the Queen - Eden has shortly prior to this

Sir Anthony Eden on his way to lunch with the Queen - Eden has shortly prior to this issued his ultimatum to Israel and Egypt to withdraw their forces after Israel had invaded Egypt and was marching troops towrds Suez across the Sinai Desert. Date: 1956

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1950s, 1956, 50s, Anthony, Car, Crisis, Demand, Demands, Desert, Eden, Egypt, Forces, Invaded, Invasion, Israel, Israeli, Issue, Issued, Lunch, Marching, Minister, Official, Pepers, Prime, Queen, Readin, Sinai, Sir, Suez, Towrds, Troops, Ultimatum, Withdraw, Wy

Canadian Pacific Railway and Suez Canal (Victorian illustration) Featured Suez Print

Canadian Pacific Railway and Suez Canal (Victorian illustration)

A montage showing the Canadian Pacific Railway and the Suez Canal in Egypt - both constructed during the reign of Queen Victoria and published in a book to celebrate her Golden Jubilee. During the time of the British Empire, they are described as ?two short roads to our Eastern Possessions?. From ?The Realm of Victoria 1837-1887? by WJ Gordon. Published c1887 to commemorate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. Publisher Perry & Co, London

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