The Liberation of Jerusalem: The Battle of 1967
The War of Independence of 1948 first gave rise to the divided city of Jerusalem, in which the Old City remained in Arab hands. This book analyzes the Six-Day War, a 72-hour period which shook the Jewish world, in which General Uzi Narkiss commanded the battle to reclaim Jerusalem for the Jews.
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