Assault on the Liberty: The True Story of the Israeli Attache on an American Intelligence Ship

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Random House Publishing Group, 1979 - Political Science - 299 pages
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A surviving officer of the Liberty, after interviewing government and military officials and other Liberty survivors, presents a full, candid account of how Israel knowingly attacked and almost sank an American spy ship in 1967

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Review: Assault On The Liberty

User Review  - Erica Bruce - Goodreads

Very interesting book of a lesser known incident involving a US Navy vessel supposedly spying on Israel. The ship was deliberately attacked. A great account of the incident from a naval officer that was on board when the attack occurred. Read full review

Review: Assault On The Liberty

User Review  - Erica B - Goodreads

Very interesting book of a lesser known incident involving a US Navy vessel supposedly spying on Israel. The ship was deliberately attacked. A great account of the incident from a naval officer that was on board when the attack occurred. Read full review

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Prologue
3
Africa Sudden Orders and a Prophecy
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Spain
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