Canal Zone

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a zone consisting of a strip of land across the Isthmus of Panama that contains the Panama Canal

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The announcement to establish this development joint company received big attention being a strategic partnership between DP World and the General Authority of Suez Canal Zone. DP World will use its world class experience in port development to make the project a success inspired by great models including the development of Jebel Ali Free Zone (JAFZA) which was a nuclus that attracted residential and touristic built areas around it.
Donoghue focuses on the agency of the various populations in the Canal Zone, aptly demonstrating that the Zone, though established by Washington, was shaped first and foremost by the everyday experiences, practices and identification of its inhabitants, workers, visitors, and poachers.
We will be visiting Cairo and staying at a hotel in Ismailia overlooking Lake Timsa and visiting other places in the Canal Zone.
We will be visiting Cairo and staying in Ismailia overlooking Lake Timsa and visiting other places in the Canal Zone.
I ORGANISE visits to the Egyptian Canal Zone where I also served in the 1950s along with thousands of other personnel.
In the first quarter of 2012, 1,796,000 20 foot long containers passed through the Panama Canal Zone and port, 315,241 more than in 2011, which represents growth of 21%, said the Panama Maritime authority (AMP), reports (June 5, 2012).
I ORGANISE return visits to the Egyptian Canal Zone where I also served in the 1950s, along with thousands of other service personnel.
The author's time in Egypt ended in 1954 when Britain left the Canal Zone on a promise by Nasser to end anti-British agitation over the Canal, a promise on which the dictator soon reneged.
In 1946 the British military moved to the Suez Canal Zone where we had many RAF and Army bases.
I'VE written a book - Suez: The Hidden Truths - which details those turbulent years of the Suez Campaign of the early 1950s, when thousands of troops, many on National Service were sent to defend the canal zone, often facing appalling conditions.
Born and raised in Panama Canal Zone, she was the daughter of the late Stanley and Marion (McLaughlin) Yost.
"The Panama Club" tells the story of the Canal Zone after the relinquishing of the Panama Canal from the United States to Panama.
The Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty, ratified by the Senate in 1904, granted the United States complete control over the canal and the ten-mile-wide Panama Canal Zone in perpetuity.
After completing his studies there, he was drafted and served in the Canal Zone. There, he organized and performed in several shows for the Army, including "Rashomon" and "A Long Day's Journey Into Night."