After secondary schooling in Cairo, he entered the Royal Military Academy, and graduated in The Free Officers seized control of all government buildings, radio stations, and police stations, as well as army headquarters in Cairo.
On 2 April, Nasser issued a decree establishing the flag of the Republic as three horizontal bars of red, white and black with two stars.
In May, Nasser received word that Farouk knew the names of the Free Officers and intended to arrest them; he immediately entrusted Free Officer Zakaria Mohieddin with the task of planning the government takeover by army units loyal to the association. Consequently, British operations were halted on 7 November.
In the Arab war against the newly created State of Israel, Nasser was an officer in one of three battalions surrounded for weeks by the Israelis in a group of Arab villages called the Faluja Pocket.
Neither Britain nor France could have been asked to assist in the project. Naguib assumed the additional role of prime minister, and Nasser that of deputy prime minister.
The birth rate remained so high as to defeat attempts to increase the living standard. At the beginning it seemed that the demonstrators had the upper hand, but soon the police forces were backed with two trucks stuffed with policemen, turning the tables once more.
Land reform, the major assets' confiscation programme, the dramatic growth in university education, the creation of a dominating public sector flattened the social curve. Nasser considered the Baghdad Pact a threat to his efforts to eliminate British military influence in the Middle East, and a mechanism to undermine the Arab League and "perpetuate [Arab] subservience to Zionism and [Western] imperialism".
Together, they planned a secret revolutionary organization, the Free Officers, whose composition would be known only to Nasser; their aim was to oust the British and the Egyptian royal family.
The 1,member Congress of representatives from peasant, laborer, professional and occupational associations meets in May to debate the Draft National Charter presented by Nasser.
In a final replay of old European power politics, the British and French negotiated a plan with Israel which would result in the return of the Suez to the British and French, the overthrow of the Nasser regime, and restoration of European, Christian and Jewish property. His failure to respond to Israeli military action demonstrated the ineffectiveness of his armed forces and constituted a blow to his growing popularity.
Radical measures were soon instituted: Life was little changed for most fellahin.
Panic broke out in the mass audience, but Nasser maintained his posture and raised his voice to appeal for calm. In the aftermath of the military disaster, Nasser attempted to resign, but popular demonstrations and a vote of confidence by the Egyptian National Assembly persuaded him to remain in office.
Doctors, engineers, teachers, lawyers, journalists, constituted the bulk of the swelling middle class in Egypt under Nasser. Opinion about Nasser is sharply divided. Nasser had tentatively accepted a U.
Gamal Abdel Nasser was born in Alexandria in As a youth, he participated in demonstrations against British rule in Egypt. After secondary school, he studied at a law college for several.
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