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Connect the dots to draw the borders of a mystery country. But this first attempt to capture Egypt ends in a stalemate between Crusaders and Sunnis and both agree to withdraw. With the establishment and new constitution of France's Fifth Republic in 1958, French West Africa & French Equatorial Africa ceased to exist and, after a brief "community" with France, the countries of these regions gained independence in 1960. The second phase includes increasing the navigable depth to 67 ft (up to 270,000 tons).

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Publisher: Nabu Press (November 6, 2011)

ISBN: 1271423413

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