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[PDF / Epub] ★ Nasser: My Husband Author Tahia Gamal Abdel Nasser – Ar1web.co Gamal Abdel Nasser architect of Egypt’s 1952 Revolution president of the country from 1956 to 1970 hero to millions across the Arab world since the Suez Crisis was also a family man a devoted husbanGamal Abdel Nasser architect of Egypt’s 1952 Revolution president of the country from 1956 to 1970 hero to millions across the Arab world since the Suez Crisis was also a family man a devoted husband and father who kept his private life largely private In 1973 three years after his early passing at the age of 52 his wife Tahia wrote a memoir of her beloved husband for her family The family then waited almost forty years through the presidencies of Anwar Sadat and Hosni Mubarak both unsympathetic to the memory of Nasser before publishing Tahia’s book in Arabic for the first time in 2011 Now this uniue insight into the life of one of the giants of the twentieth century is finally available in English Accompanied bythan one hundred photographs from the family archive many never before published this historic book tells the story of Gamal and Tahia’s life together from their marriage in 1944 through the Revolution and Gamal’s career on the world stage revealing an unknown and intimate picture of the man behind the president “At 630am on the morning of July 23 1952 there was a knock on the door Tharwat Okasha shook my hand and congratulated me ‘The military coup has succeeded’ I asked him about Gamal ‘He is close by notthan five minutes away at the General Command’ At 930am an officer called he had come from the General Command at Kubri al ubba sent by Colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser to tell me that he was fine and would not be home for lunch”.

Gamal Abdel Nasser architect of Egypt’s 1952 Revolution president of the country from 1956 to 1970 hero to millions across the Arab world since the Suez Crisis was also a family man a devoted husband and father who kept his private life largely private In 1973 three years after his early passing at the age of 52 his wife Tahia wrote a memoir of her beloved husband for her family The family then waited almost forty years through the presidencies of Anwar Sadat and Hosni Mubarak both unsympathetic to the memory of Nasser before publishing Tahia’s book in Arabic for the first time in 2011 Now this uniue insight into the life of one of the giants of the twentieth century is finally available in English Accompanied bythan one hundred photographs from the family archive many never before published this historic book tells the story of Gamal and Tahia’s life together from their marriage in 1944 through the Revolution and Gamal’s career on the world stage revealing an unknown and intimate picture of the man behind the president “At 630am on the morning of July 23 1952 there was a knock on the door Tharwat Okasha shook my hand and congratulated me ‘The military coup has succeeded’ I asked him about Gamal ‘He is close by notthan five minutes away at the General Command’ At 930am an officer called he had come from the General Command at Kubri al ubba sent by Colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser to tell me that he was fine and would not be home for lunch”.

nasser: pdf husband pdf Nasser: My free Nasser: My Husband MOBIGamal Abdel Nasser architect of Egypt’s 1952 Revolution president of the country from 1956 to 1970 hero to millions across the Arab world since the Suez Crisis was also a family man a devoted husband and father who kept his private life largely private In 1973 three years after his early passing at the age of 52 his wife Tahia wrote a memoir of her beloved husband for her family The family then waited almost forty years through the presidencies of Anwar Sadat and Hosni Mubarak both unsympathetic to the memory of Nasser before publishing Tahia’s book in Arabic for the first time in 2011 Now this uniue insight into the life of one of the giants of the twentieth century is finally available in English Accompanied bythan one hundred photographs from the family archive many never before published this historic book tells the story of Gamal and Tahia’s life together from their marriage in 1944 through the Revolution and Gamal’s career on the world stage revealing an unknown and intimate picture of the man behind the president “At 630am on the morning of July 23 1952 there was a knock on the door Tharwat Okasha shook my hand and congratulated me ‘The military coup has succeeded’ I asked him about Gamal ‘He is close by notthan five minutes away at the General Command’ At 930am an officer called he had come from the General Command at Kubri al ubba sent by Colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser to tell me that he was fine and would not be home for lunch”.

5 thoughts on “Nasser: My Husband

  1. Rosaliya Rosaliya says:

    MOBI Nasser: My Husband eBook ì Nasser: My PDF/EPUB ² ð ar1web.co nasser: pdf, husband pdf, Nasser: My free, Nasser: My Husband MOBINasser's wife Tahia writes a book about her life experience with her husband As she tells from the beginning a major part of this publication is based on the diaries she wrote when her husband was aliveHaving said that I expected she would describe uite a deal about Nasser's life decisions personal confrontationsbut I was startled as I kept on reading the book and realized this woman did not know absolutely nothing about her own husband Every political move every war every important event in Egypt's and the world's historyjust passes in front of her eyes as she moves to travel visit her family and do everything her husband says without asking She does not have an opinion about anything and if she has it's because it's her h


  2. John Awad John Awad says:

    MOBI Nasser: My Husband eBook ì Nasser: My PDF/EPUB ² ð ar1web.co nasser: pdf, husband pdf, Nasser: My free, Nasser: My Husband MOBIMixed feelings about the book Nasser was the President of Egypt when I was a young boy living there Like many young men at the time we were swept with the Euforia that came with the Revolution and the feeling that finally the English were kicked out of Egypt after practically sucking it dry with all the money they gave to the Royas at the time and the Royals simply feeding themselves to death practically I was also pretty aware of the danger of living so close to Israel and the talks of wars and getting rid of the Jews there Yet we felt very strongly that the Palestinians should have been given their State as promised Now as a grown man I have not changed my opinion of Nasser indeed he will always be a hero of mine The one thing that I have learned in my education and I remeember my uncles and gradfather as well as my father saying that the President was only hu


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    MOBI Nasser: My Husband eBook ì Nasser: My PDF/EPUB ² ð ar1web.co nasser: pdf, husband pdf, Nasser: My free, Nasser: My Husband MOBIMrs Nasser reveals to us the enormous burden of leadership President Nasser has yet he still found the time to bask in the warmth of his family and was a dedicated husband and father to five children President Nasser tried as much as possible to take time in indulging his love to his family One reads of How his successors Sadat and Mubarak departed from his principles and contributed to creating a hostile atmosphere against Nasserism thereby attempting to dilute the significance of his accomplishments such as land reformsMubarak reversed reforms Nationalization of the Suez canal and above all the building of the Aswan High Dam the greatest engineering feat of the 20th century


  4. cairo22lady cairo22lady says:

    MOBI Nasser: My Husband eBook ì Nasser: My PDF/EPUB ² ð ar1web.co nasser: pdf, husband pdf, Nasser: My free, Nasser: My Husband MOBIBook arrived on time and in great condition As far as the book is concerned it's not great It doesn't go very deep as far as how she related to Nasser or how she felt about being put in such a public position


  5. Tamer Mostafa Tamer Mostafa says:

    MOBI Nasser: My Husband eBook ì Nasser: My PDF/EPUB ² ð ar1web.co nasser: pdf, husband pdf, Nasser: My free, Nasser: My Husband MOBIAs a first generation Egyptian who has an American mother lets just say I don't know much about Egypt's political history Yet from my brief stays in Egypt and conversations with most Egyptians I can honestly say that there hasn't been a man so praised and loved in Egypt like Gamal Abdel Nasser I saw the marketing for this book before the release date through an interview with Tahia Gamal Abdel Nasser the granddaughter of Gamal Abdel Nasser I waited for the book and finally bought it when it debuted First off the book was an easy read Took about 2 hours to read It's only about 120 pages which seems relatively short for a man who meant so much not only to Egypt but the entire Middle East Nevertheless I do understand that the book is written from the perspective of Gamal Abdel Nasser's wifeI really enjoyed the many pictures of Gamal Abdel Nasser his family and his many trips to other countries I also liked reading about his personal life how he was really dedicated and worked const


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