Suez Canal crises sorted out by Egyptian President Abdel Naseer in Cairo, Egypt. In Britain supplies of military material like artillery, guns and truck being stocked and loaded onto a ship to be transported to the Middle East. artillery and trucks being loaded. In Cairo Indian Minister Vengalil Krishanan Krishna Menon arrives. He greets others. Australia's Prime Minister Robert Gordon Menzies arrives in Cairo. Egypt's President Nasser arrives at a conference.
Egyptian military parade in Republic Square, Cairo, Egypt, during escalating tensions over Suez Canal, in October, 1956. . Marching troops. One contingent double-times. Artillery pieces being towed. Tanks rolling down the boulevard. President of Egypt Gamal Abdel Nasser, in Army uniform, stands with General Mohamed Abdel Hakim Amer, Egyptian Army Chief of Staff, as they review the Egyptian military forces. Officials and diplomats seated for the event. Egyptian troops in armored vehicles passing in review.
Passengers board British European Airways Vickers Vicount airliner at Cairo Airport. Among those boarding is Sir Robert Gordon Menzies, Prime Minister of Australia, who just concluded an unsuccessful attempt to persuade President Nasser, of Egypt, to accept international control of the Suez Canal. Among those bidding Menzies, and his party, farewell, is U.S. Ambassador to Egypt, Henry A. Byroade, who is seen conversing quietly with another diplomat, as the airplane prepares to leave. The aircraft engines start, propellers turn, and it taxis away.
Egyptian President Gamal Abdul Nasser calls for a strike in Cairo. A large crowd cheers the President in Cairo as he makes a public appearance following his seizure of the Suez Canal. President Nasser speaks into a microphone. Deserted streets in response to Nasser's call for a strike protesting the twenty-two nations foreign ministers' conference in London. Thirteen year old Denis Prioti of Massapequa, Long Island had been invited to Egypt as Nasser's personal guest before the Suez seizure and returned for a letter of good will. Denis Prioti shakes hands and talks with President Nasser. Delegates arrive at the conference in London. U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dallas in discussion with other officials. Delegates seated around a table in conference.
A dignitary visits Cairo, Egypt. An aircraft taxis on a runway at an airfield. Dignitaries disembark from the aircraft. A dignitary reviews troops. Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser welcomes the dignitary.
Events during the Suez Crisis in Egypt. Officials and delegates at an airport. UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold boards an aircraft for Cairo. Ruins and debris of bombed buildings on a street. A building burning. A man on a cart carries two dead men. Several views of the dead people lying on a street. The troops walk on a street. The tanks roll down a street. People crowd on either side of the street. Commander of the UN (United Nation) Forces Canadian General Eedson Louis Millard Burns gets off from an aircraft. The UN troops drive in a jeep. The sunken ships in Suez Canal. A donkey drawn cart and men move towards the canal.