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He gained the reputation of being the "Leader of the Arabs" due to his leadership in the Suez Crisis, the nationalization of the Suez Canal Company and the creation of the Non-Aligned Movement (alongside Jawaharlal Nehru, Kwame Nkrumah and UsefulNotes/JosipBrozTito). The Six-Day War and the War of Attrition damaged some of that image there, but he's still seen as a symbol of Arabic dignity and freedom and an Egyptian national hero.

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He gained the reputation of being the "Leader of the Arabs" due to his leadership in the Suez Crisis, the nationalization of the Suez Canal Company and the creation of the Non-Aligned Movement (alongside Jawaharlal Nehru, Kwame Nkrumah Nkrumah, and UsefulNotes/JosipBrozTito). The Six-Day War and the War of Attrition damaged some of that image there, but he's still seen as a symbol of Arabic dignity and freedom and an Egyptian national hero.


He gained the reputation of being the "Leader of the Arabs" due to his leadership in the Suez Crisis, the nationalization of the Suez Canal Company and the creation of the Non-Aligned Movement (alongside JawaharlalNehru and UsefulNotes/JosipBrozTito). The Six-Day War and the War of Attrition damaged some of that image there, but he's still seen as a symbol of Arabic dignity and freedom and an Egyptian national hero.

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He gained the reputation of being the "Leader of the Arabs" due to his leadership in the Suez Crisis, the nationalization of the Suez Canal Company and the creation of the Non-Aligned Movement (alongside JawaharlalNehru Jawaharlal Nehru, Kwame Nkrumah and UsefulNotes/JosipBrozTito). The Six-Day War and the War of Attrition damaged some of that image there, but he's still seen as a symbol of Arabic dignity and freedom and an Egyptian national hero.


* In ''Series/{{The Crown|2016}}'', Nasser makes several appearances in Series 1 and 2 during the Suez Crisis and buildup to it. He also embarrasses UsefulNotes/AnthonyEden during a diplomatic visit.

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* In ''VideoGame/TheNewOrderLastDaysOfEurope'', a ''VideoGame/HeartsOfIron'' mod which depicts the world after the [[AlternateHistoryNaziVictory Axis victory in WW2]], the views of Nasser took a weird turn and he leads the Ba'ath movement in Egypt against the Italian-controlled Egyptian monarchy.

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* In ''Series/{{The Crown|2016}}'', Nasser makes several appearances in Series 1 and 2 during the Suez Crisis and buildup to it. He also embarrasses UsefulNotes/AnthonyEden during a diplomatic visit.

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* In ''VideoGame/TheNewOrderLastDaysOfEurope'', a ''VideoGame/HeartsOfIron'' mod which depicts the world after the [[AlternateHistoryNaziVictory Axis victory in WW2]], the views of Nasser took a weird turn and he leads the Ba'ath movement in Egypt against the Italian-controlled Egyptian monarchy.
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* In ''Series/TheCrown'', Nasser makes several appearances in Series 1 and 2 during the Suez Crisis and buildup to it. He also embarrasses UsefulNotes/AnthonyEden during a diplomatic visit.

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* In ''Series/TheCrown'', ''Series/{{The Crown|2016}}'', Nasser makes several appearances in Series 1 and 2 during the Suez Crisis and buildup to it. He also embarrasses UsefulNotes/AnthonyEden during a diplomatic visit.

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* In ''Series/TheCrown'', Nasser makes several appearances in Series 1 and 2 during the Suez Crisis and buildup to it. He also embarrasses UsefulNotes/AnthonyEden during a diplomatic visit.


Gamal Abdel Nasser (1918-1970) was the second president of Egypt from 1956 through 1970. As a colonel in the [[UsefulNotes/EgyptiansWithEagleFighters Egyptian Army]], Nasser led the Egyptian Revolution in 1952, along with Muhammed Naguib (the first President), and overthrew the monarchy of Egypt and Sudan. The revolution led to the abolishing of the constitutional monarchy and aristocracy of Egypt, the establishment of a republic, the end of British occupation and the independence of Sudan.

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Gamal Abdel Nasser (1918-1970) (15 January 1918 28 September 1970) was the second president of Egypt from 1956 through 1970. As a colonel in the [[UsefulNotes/EgyptiansWithEagleFighters Egyptian Army]], Nasser led the Egyptian Revolution in 1952, along with Muhammed Naguib (the first President), and overthrew the monarchy of Egypt and Sudan. The revolution led to the abolishing of the constitutional monarchy and aristocracy of Egypt, the establishment of a republic, the end of British occupation and the independence of Sudan.


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* In ''VideoGame/TheNewOrderLastDaysOfEurope'', a ''VideoGame/HeartsOfIron'' mod which depicts the world after the [[AlternateHistoryNaziVictory Axis victory in WW2]], the views of Nasser took a weird turn and he leads the Ba'ath movement in Egypt against the Italian-controlled Egyptian monarchy.

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* ShoutOut: In the Belgian comic strip series ''ComicStrip/{{Nero}}'' Nero has to deliver a letter to Nasser in ''De Brief Aan Nasser'' (1956) in order to obtain an uncle's heritage. They actually meet him [[spoiler: deliver the letter and when Nasser opens it he sees a simplistic drawing of a man sticking out his tongue. Enraged he orders his guards to bring Nero and his friends back to him, but they manage to escape. At the end of the story Nero receives a letter by Nasser in which he sent him the same type of drawing back.]]


He gained the reputation of being the "Leader of the Arabs" due to his leadership in the Suez Crisis, the nationalization of the Suez Canal Company and the creation of the Non-Aligned Movement (alongside JawaharlalNehru and JosipBrozTito). The Six-Day War and the War of Attrition damaged some of that image there, but he's still seen as a symbol of Arabic dignity and freedom and an Egyptian national hero.

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He gained the reputation of being the "Leader of the Arabs" due to his leadership in the Suez Crisis, the nationalization of the Suez Canal Company and the creation of the Non-Aligned Movement (alongside JawaharlalNehru and JosipBrozTito).UsefulNotes/JosipBrozTito). The Six-Day War and the War of Attrition damaged some of that image there, but he's still seen as a symbol of Arabic dignity and freedom and an Egyptian national hero.

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Gamal Abdel Nasser (1918-1970) was the second president of Egypt from 1956 through 1970. As a colonel in the [[UsefulNotes/EgyptiansWithEagleFighters Egyptian Army]], Nasser led the Egyptian Revolution in 1952, along with Muhammed Naguib (the first President), and overthrew the monarchy of Egypt and Sudan. The revolution led to the abolishing of the constitutional monarchy and aristocracy of Egypt, the establishment of a republic, the end of British occupation and the independence of Sudan.

He gained the reputation of being the "Leader of the Arabs" due to his leadership in the Suez Crisis, the nationalization of the Suez Canal Company and the creation of the Non-Aligned Movement (alongside JawaharlalNehru and JosipBrozTito). The Six-Day War and the War of Attrition damaged some of that image there, but he's still seen as a symbol of Arabic dignity and freedom and an Egyptian national hero.
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