January 24, 2022


The tripartite aggression against Egypt took place from October 29, 1956 to November 7, 1956.


January 1: Sudan's independence from British colonialism. January 2: Guy Moly is appointed Prime Minister of France. January 2: The Battle of War Mars took place in the Souf Valley in the Algerian desert between a unit of [clarify who is meant?] led by Salem Bashir and the French colonial forces.


February 11 - British spy Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean reappear in the Soviet Union after being missing for 5 years. February 14-26 - 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. February 16 - Just over four months after the release of the 70th edition of 'Oklahoma!, the cinematic version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel', starring Gordon McRae and Shirley Jones, is released at CinemaScope 55. February 22 - Elvis Presley enters the US music charts for the first time, with "Heartbreak Hotel". February 23 - Norma Jean Mortenson legally changes her name to Marilyn Monroe. February 24 - Doris Day records her hit single, "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)"; which is from Alfred Hitchcock for his movie The Man Who Knew To Much), which he co-stars with James Stewart. February 25 - Nikita Khrushchev attacks the veneration of Joseph Stalin in a speech "On the Cult of Personality and Its Consequences".


March 1: The Arabization of the Jordanian Arab army and the expulsion of its English commander, Club Pasha, by a decision of King Hussein bin Talal. March 1: Moroccan pilot Soraya Chaoui was assassinated in front of her home. March 2: Morocco becomes independent from the French protectorate. March 20: Tunisia gains independence from French colonialism.


April 4th: Morocco becomes independent from the Spanish protectorate


June 18: The last British soldier left Egypt. The evacuation of the British forces stationed in the Suez Canal came according to Article VII of the Egyptian-British treaty known as the 1936 Treaty. With the outbreak of the July 1952 revolution, a complete and unconditional evacuation was considered one of the goals of the young revolutionaries, and several negotiations were conducted between representatives of Egypt, and the Egyptian flag was raised on the naval building in Port Said is the last stronghold of British colonialism in the Suez Canal region.


July 26: Gamal Abdel Nasser announces the nationalization of the Suez Canal.


October 23: The Hungarian Revolution against the pro-Soviet government breaks out. October 29: Israel begins the attack on Sinai, one of Egypt's governorates, as part of the tripartite aggression October 29: Morocco's independence from protection October 10: Israel carried out an aggression against the city of Qalqilya, and Ariel Sharon was at the head of the force


November 3 - The Israeli occupation forces carried out a massacre against hundreds of Palestinian residents of

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