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Nonfiction: Two New Books Spotlight the History and Consequences of the Suez Crisis

Michael Dolan’s “Ike’s Gamble” and Alex von Tunzelmann’s “Blood and Sand” are about the 1956 Suez crisis, when nuclear attacks seemed to be a real possibility.
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