The Czech-Egyptian arms deal of 1955 : a turning point in Middle Eastern Cold War history.

@inproceedings{Skaggs2015TheCA,
  title={The Czech-Egyptian arms deal of 1955 : a turning point in Middle Eastern Cold War history.},
  author={Shaughnessy Skaggs and T. Michael},
  year={2015}
}
THE CZECH-EGYPTIAN ARMS DEAL OF 1955: A TURNING POINT IN MIDDLE EASTERN COLD WAR HISTORY Thomas M.S. Skaggs November 30, 2015 This study focuses on the Czechoslovakian-Egyptian arms deal of 1955 and analyzes how it impacted Middle Eastern Cold War policy. Central to the issue is Egyptian President Gamal Abdul Nasser’s approach to garnering Pan-Arab Nationalist support and his decision to approach the Soviet Bloc for weapons and economic aid. Supporting evidence came from several repositories… Expand
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