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Landing Craft British helicopters flying over landing craft approaching Port Said during the Suez Crisis. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images) — Image Date: 01/11/1956
Troops Fly Flag British Commandos raise the White Ensign over Navy House, Port Said, ten minutes after capturing the building. (Photo by Terry Fincher/Getty Images) — Image Date: 08/11/1956
A distressed Egyptian woman chasing the cart carrying the body of her dead son through the streets of Port Said, the town occupied by Anglo-French troops. (Photo by Terry Fincher/Getty Images) — Image Date: 08/11/1956
12th November 1956: British reinforcements arriving on board the troopship Empire Ken and other landing craft at Port Said, a port on the Mediterranean Sea at the entrance to the Suez Canal. The port suffered little or no damage from the British attack during the Suez Crisis. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)
12th November 1956: A flag and funnel are the only visible remains of a blockship that has been sunk in the Suez Canal at Port Said, Egypt, during the Suez Crisis. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)
An Arab woman sits amidst her salvaged belongings in a ruined area of Port Said during the Suez Crisis, 12th November 1956. (Photo by Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
British soldiers supervise a crowd in the Arab quarter of Port Said while food is distributed during the Suez Crisis, 12th November 1956. (Photo by Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Egyptians crowd around a British tank in Port Said during the Suez Crisis, 12th November 1956. (Photo by Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
French Billet In Suez: French troops camp in the Place de la Gare in Port Said, Egypt, after the Anglo-French invasion of Suez, 13th November 1956. (Photo by Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Troops At Port Said Troops in the Canal Zone at Port Said during the Suez conflict. Original Publication: Picture Post – 8735 – Death Wore A Galabiya – pub. 1956 (Photo by Joseph McKeown/Getty Images) — Image Date: 14/11/1956
19th November 1956: Picture Post photographer Joseph McKeown surveys with his own eyes the devastation at Port Said after the fighting during the Suez crisis. LVT Amphibious Bushmaster vehicle in background. Original Publication: Picture Post – 8735 – Death Wore A Galabiya – pub. 1956 (Photo by Joseph McKeown/Picture Post/Getty Images)
26th November 1956: Blockade ships, sunk by the Egyptians during the battle for the Suez Canal lying at the canal entrance in Port Said. Original Publication: Picture Post – 8740 – Suez: The Second Battle Begins – pub. 1956 (Photo by Joseph McKeown/Picture Post/Getty Images)