The Arab-Israeli Conflict: The 1948 War
This book discusses the origins of this military encounter and traces its route through two stages: the guerrilla warfare between the Arab and Jewish communities of Palestine and the conventional interstate war between the state of Israel and the invading Arab armies. It looks at the participants, their war aims, their strategies, and their combat performance.
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