3 edition of The Yom Kippur War 1973 (2): The Sinai (Praeger Illustrated Military History) found in the catalog.
September 30, 2005 by Praeger Publishers .
Written in English
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They don't know how I really feel about what they're doing to this country. I can honestly say that few books on military history I've read since entering college have been half as good as this one was, and this is one I read just for myself and I consider it time very well spent. Jordanian King Hussein feared another major loss of territory, as had occurred in the Six-Day War, in which Jordan lost all of the West Bank, territory it had conquered and annexed in —49, which had doubled its population. Before the war, it was specialized in distributing subtle propaganda attacks against the Jordanian and Saudi Arabia monarchies.
This is an order. America was willing to go to War, and possibly even nuclear war, with the Russians to prevent Russian military forces injecting themselves into the Middles East. Notwithstanding Abba Eban's Israeli Minister of Foreign Affairs in insistence that this was indeed the case, there seems to be no solid evidence to corroborate his claim. The eight participating states — Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Algeria, Kuwait, and Sudan — passed a resolution that would later become known as the "three no's": there would be no peace, no recognition and no negotiation with Israel. During the Yom Kippor War inSaeed had already been 'shelved'. The only really weak section in the entire volume is that covering opposing armies, which is only four pages in length.
This article was most recently revised and updated by Emily RodriguezCopy Editor. Presidency Further information: History of Egypt under Anwar Sadat Some of the major events of Sadat's presidency were his "Corrective Revolution" to consolidate power, the break with Egypt's long-time ally and aid-giver the USSRthe October War with Israel, the Camp David peace treaty with Israel, the "opening up" or Infitah of Egypt's economy, and lastly his assassination in Henry Kissinger believed that the regional balance of power hinged on maintaining Israel's military dominance over Arab countries, and that an Arab victory in the region would strengthen Soviet influence. The Israelis immediately followed up their victory with a sprinting counterattack that pushed some units straight to the Suez Canal where they crossed, under fire, into Africa. Brezhnev said that if Israel did not, "we will have difficulty keeping the military situation from flaring up"—an indication that the Soviet Union had been unable to restrain Sadat's plans. The treaty still holds to this day.
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October 6, - c. He focused special attention to finding, harassing, or possibly destroying his Jewish enemies. On the Golan front, Israeli troops, at heavy cost, repulsed the Syrians and advanced to the edge of the Golan plateau on the road to Damascus. But perhaps the inspiration for the book came even before that.
To buy this book at the lowest price, Click Here. Very Good, but Biased By R. Similarly, Kissinger began secret talks with North Vietnam in in the hopes of reaching a settlement to the Vietnam War. Who is an anti-Semite? This would provoke a crisis which would allow it to bring American and Soviet pressure to bear on Israel to negotiate the return of the rest of Sinai, and possibly other occupied territories, from a position of relative strength.
The few Egyptian photos are well-known and have been widely reprinted in the west, and are poorly reproduced here. Cutting through the ambiguity By Omar Mitchell on Apr 10, Simon Dunstan pronouncements on the events in the Middle East has been and continues too be highly authoritative.
While the author mentions the defeat of the initial Israeli armor counterattacks against the crossing, he fails to discuss the simultaneous shock when the initial Israeli air counterattacks ran into the SA-6 belt along the canal.
Israel was not prepared to fight the new style war that Soviet arms had provided for the Arabs. Jewish orthodox religious identification declined as Jewish acceptance grew. At the same time, though, he counseled Nixon to increase bombing of North Vietnam and to expand the war into Cambodia and Laos.
Anwar Sadat was active in many political movements, including the Muslim Brotherhood, the fascist Young Egyptthe pro-palace Iron Guard of Egyptand the secret military group called the Free Officers.
One was an internal struggle for control, while the other was an invasion attempt by foreign countries. The rational was simple. Henry Kissinger believed that the regional balance of power hinged on maintaining Israel's military dominance over Arab countries, and that an Arab victory in the region would strengthen Soviet influence.
As Rabinovich relates, the nation's military intelligence officers assumed in that the Arabs would not attack without long-range offensive weapons with which to threaten Israel's cities. Indeed, his grasp for setting scenes rivals many novelists; he takes the reader into the tank turrets and down among the foxholes with the sleep-deprived tankers and shell-shocked paratroopers who wrote history in blood on the heights of the Golan and the sands of the Sinai.
George Gordon Meade discovered that a Confederate attack was imminent. Already during his visit to the US in October—Novemberhe invited Evangelical pastor Billy Graham for an official visit, which was held a few days after Sadat's visit. The surprise Arab attack on Yom Kippur afternoon, a Saturday, left no time to execute Tagar in the few hours of daylight remaining, but at dawn Sunday the first wave rose for a preliminary attack.
Neither Arab force was aimed at the annihilation of the Jewish state, rather both Sadat and Assad had hoped to defeat the IDF in a quick campaign, regain lost territory and restore the Arab dominance of Middle Eastern politics and strategic position.
Both the Egyptian and Israeli air forces are fairly ignored, with no order of battle provided, or breakdown by type.
Having crossed into the African continent itself the Israeli's now cut off and isolated the Egyptian Third Army which was caught between the Israelis on three sides and the Great Bitter Lake on the other.Product Information.
The State of Israel faced one of its most difficult challenges during the Yom Kippur War. Though the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) eventually emerged as the clear victor in the war, it suffered serious reverses at the outset of hostilities, as well as substantial losses in men and equipment.
Aug 20, · The October War or "Yom Kippur" War of was precipitated by the Arab states of the Middle East, primarily Egypt and Syria, in an attempt to force Israel to the negotiating table. Protected by the territories she had conquered in the "Six Day War", Israel had little incentive to negotiate/5(42).
The Yom Kippur War, Ramadan War, or October War (Hebrew: מלחמת יום הכיפורים , Milẖemet Yom HaKipurim, or מלחמת יום כיפור, Milẖemet Yom Kipur; Arabic: حرب أكتوبر , Ḥarb ʾUktōbar, or حرب تشرين, Ḥarb Tišrīn), also known as the Arab–Israeli War, was a war fought from October 6 to 25,by a coalition of Arab states led by Location: Both banks of the Suez Canal, Golan.
Nov 06, · Chronologically the next war for our study is the Yom Kippur War. If was a classical study of pre-emptive offensive, then this war of can be considered how an Air Force ought to react to enemy’s initiative and offensive. The Yom Kippur War began on October 6,when a coalition of Arab forces launched a surprise strike on Israel on Yom Kippur – the holiest day of the Jewish faith.
Winds of war On August 7.
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Israel's victory in the 'Six Day War' sowed the seeds of the Yom Kippur War. At hrs on 6 October the Egyptian army launched an assault crossing of the Suez Canal/5(10).