As the 1973 October War
reminds us, this is not a new phenomenon.
Baz said, "The story begins during the October War
Finally, the book includes an epilogue and a short history of Israel, with emphasis on the events that led to the numerous conflicts experienced in the region prior to the 1973 October War
In 1973, at the end of the October War
, the United States forced a cease-fire on Israel, rescuing Egypt.
The few ship-on-ship actions have involved small numbers, as in the 1971 India-Pakistan war, or fast-attack-boat dogfights in the littorals, as in the 1973 October War
Indeed, successive opinion polls in the wake of the October War
showed a steady growth in public support for the "territory for peace" formula.
For example, there was sufficient intelligence pointing to the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968, the October War
between Arabs and Israelis in 1973, the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990, and Indian nuclear testing in 1998.
12) Despite this fact, there can be little doubt that the decision to form the PNF came from within the territories, before the October War
To undertake this highly worthwhile effort, Haney uses a "case survey" method, which employs a set of questions to "interrogate" case studies of the Berlin airlift (1948), the Korea decision (1950), Dien Bien Phu (1954), Suez (1956), the Tonkin Gulf (1964), the Tet offensive (1968), civil war in Jordan (1970), the 1973 October War
, and the Panama invasion (1989).
The second film is a war drama called "Ayon el Magd" (Days of Glory), which covers the 1973 October War
(known in Israel as the Yom Kippur War).
Principal wars: Israeli War of Independence (1948-1949); Sinai War (1956); Six Day War (1967); October War
(1973); Israeli invasion of Lebanon (1982).
In October 2017, Minister of Interior Magdy Abdel Ghaffar granted prisoners an exceptional visit in celebration of the anniversary of the October War