Duel for the Golan: the 100-hour battle that saved Israel

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W. Morrow, 1987 - History - 288 pages
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The first published eyewitness accounts of the greatest tank battle since World War II, and a gripping account of how Israeli defenders, outnumbered ten to one, successfully saved their homeland. 48 black-and-white photographs.

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Review: Duel for the Golan: The 100-Hour Battle That Saved Israel

User Review  - Rupin Chaudhry - Goodreads

So small yet so strong. If David versus Goliath was a legend it was brought to life by this incident when a tiny nation battled against a very superior enemy. The book gives blow by blow account of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ari - Goodreads

Would have been easier to follow with maps. The big thing I learned is that the war did NOT start with a surprise attack. The Israelis had gone on alert several days before, and had started wholesale callups of the reserves before the shooting started. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
35
Section 2
45
Section 3
51
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About the author (1987)

Eric Hammel is a critically acclaimed military historian and author of more than thirty combat and pictorial histories, including several on U.S. Marine operations in World War II and Vietnam, such as Pacific Warriors: The U.S. Marines in World War II, Iwo Jima: Portrait of a Battle, and Marines in Hue City: A Portrait of Urban Combat, Tet 1968. He lives in Northern California.

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