2 edition of Six Day War in historical perspective found in the catalog.
Six Day War in historical perspective
J. L. Talmon
|Statement||[by] J. L. Talmon.|
|LC Classifications||DS149 .T26|
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|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||70954550|
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The war, which ended on J is known as the Six-Day War. The Suez Canal was closed by the war, and Israel declared that it would not give up Jerusalem and that it would hold the other captured territories until significant progress had been made in Arab-Israeli relations.
The Six Day War: The History and Legacy of the Arab-Israeli Six Day War in historical perspective book and Its Impact on the Middle East looks at one of the most important turning points in the region/5(13). Jewish Book Council (Website) "The Six-Day War, told from the point of view of an Israeli seventh-grader in Motti lives in Jerusalem in a country that's only 19 years old―just like his older brother, born on Israel's first day of independence.5/5(18).
The Six Day War. A factual account of the Israeli-Arab war of June - a crisp and vivid narrative of the events leading up to the outbreak of war; a blow-by-blow description of the air and land fighting; and an analysis of the postwar diplomatic exchanges/5. Six Days of War was a New York Times Bestseller and Washington Post Best Book Award Winner in and has gone on to be an internationally acclaimed bestseller.
The book has been widely recognized as the definitive telling of the Six Day War. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Michael B. Oren is an American-born Israel scholar and historian/5().
Michael B. Oren's Six Days of War is the most comprehensive history ever published of this dramatic and pivotal event, the first to explore it both as a military struggle and as a critical episode in the global Cold War.
Oren spotlights all the participants--Arab, Israeli, Soviet, and American--telling the story. History books speak of the “Hundred Years’ War,” the “Thirty Years’ War,” and many other long-fought battles.
Here, in a matter of six short days, a nation managed to utterly rout not one, but four powerful enemies. Jews across the globe thanked G‑d for the great miracles that happened.
An incredible sense of pride and spiritual. Six-Day War. Contents. The Six-Day War was a brief but bloody conflict fought in June between Israel and the Arab states of Egypt, Syria and Jordan. Following years of diplomatic friction and skirmishes between Israel and its neighbors, Israel Defense Forces launched preemptive air strikes that crippled the air forces of Egypt and its allies.
The Six Day War, also called the War, Third Arab Israeli War or an-Naksah (The Setback) is well documented. This site explores the events that led up to the conflict, and discusses the aftermath.
A comprehensive resource for teachers, students and journalists, with a large section of personal recollection - bringing history to life. Six-Day War, also called June War or Third Arab-Israeli War, brief war that took place June 5–10,and was the third of the Arab-Israeli wars.
Israel ’s decisive victory included the capture of the Sinai Peninsula, Gaza Strip, West Bank, Old City of Jerusalem, and the Golan Heights ; the status of these territories subsequently became a major point of contention in the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The war that Israel launched and won overwhelmingly created what are now core issues in the area that hinder peace negotiations and give the appearance of a forever conflict. The book Six Days of War by Michael B. Oren covers a lot of the military aspects of the Six Day War /5(). "Israel Since the Six Day War" is a precise title.
The author comes right out and announces that his book is a "broad survey" of history with a "particular attention to Israel's wars and military engagement"/5(22).
An enthralling, big-picture history that examines the Six-Day War, its causes, and its enduring consequences against its global context One fateful week in June redrew the map of the Middle East.
Many scholars have documented how the Six-Day War unfolded, but little has been done to explain why the conflict happened at all. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Talmon, J.L.
(Jacob Leib), Six Day War in historical perspective. Rehovot, Yad Chaim Weizmann [?]. Herzog, Chaim. "Six-Day War." Encyclopaedia Judaica, edited by Michael Berenbaum and Fred Skolnik, 2nd ed., vol.
18, Macmillan Reference USA,pp. Gale eBooks. "An Overview of the Arab-Israeli Six-Day War." The Arab-Israeli Six-Day War, edited by Jeff Hay, Greenhaven Press,pp. Perspectives on Modern World History. The Six Day War: The History and Legacy of the Arab-Israeli War and Its Impact on the Middle East Charles River Editors.
out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ The Six Day War and the Yom Kippur War: The History of the Military Conflicts that Established Israel as /5(28). THE SIX-DAY WAR AND ITS IMPACT ON ARAB AND ISRAELI CONFLICT 93 1. The withdrawal of Israeli armed forces from the occupied territories.
Respect for and recognition of any sovereignty. A solution to the Palestinian refugee problem. The Arabs were willing to make peace with Israel and recognise Israel’s right to exist, but only after theFile Size: 85KB. In the brief history of the State of Israel, the Six‑Day War constitutes a major turning point.
This swift and total victory saved the Zionist entity from destruction, ensured its physical existence, and disillusioned those of her enemies who had hoped that the Jewish State was just a passing : Eli Barnavi.
This book was about the Six Day war, but I eventually learned that it was 99% about the events leading up to the war. There was only a few pages about the actual war, which made me wonder how Israel conquered so much territory. Some of the prewar information was mildly interesting, but most was not/5.
Drawing on a variety of Israeli, American, British, German, Russian, and East-European archives, The Six-Day War: The Breaking of the Middle East demonstrates that in addition to the conflict over the Straits, the war also resulted from economic turmoil, military domination of civilian governments, and insufficient pressures by the U.S.
and Soviet superpowers to deter regional military violence. The Six-Day War between Israel and its Arab neighbors ends with a United Nations-brokered cease-fire. The outnumbered Israel Defense Forces achieved a swift and decisive victory in the brief war.
Six-Day War; Part of the Arab–Israeli conflict: Map of the military movements and territorial changes during the Six-Day War. The territory of Israel before the war is colored royal blue on this map, while the territories captured by Israel during the war are depicted in light on: Middle East.
The most dramatic effect recorded in religious-Zionism in the wake of the Six-Day War is a deep upheaval in the perception of history evident not only in the historical perspective and the meaning and significance of the State of Israel but in a decisive theological and metaphysical : Avi Sagi, Dov Schwartz, Batya Stein.
express gratitude to the German Historical Institute in Washington, DC and the Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation for funding archival research. For simplicity's sake, I will use in this article Israeli (Six-Day War) and Arab (e.g., June War) designations for the Arab-Israeli military confrontation of interchangeably.
The Six-Day War. The Breaking of the Middle East. Yale University Press New Books in History New Books in Israel Studies New Books in Middle Eastern Studies New Books in Military History New Books in Peoples & Places New Books in Politics & Society New Books in World Affairs New Books Network J Zeb Larson.
The Hope is an historical drama, painted in fairly broad brush-strokes, charting the days immediately following Ben Gurion's proclamation of the Jewish state of Israel in after the British withdrawal, continuing up to the astonishing military successes of the Six Day War.
Gurion is himself a character - paunchy and punchy, fierce yet flawed - but the narrative centres around a trio of /5. Buy The Six Day War-in historical perspective.
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The Story Behind the Six-Day War's Most Famous Photo JERUSALEM, Israel – Probably the most enduring image from the Six-Day War is a picture of three paratroopers at the Western Wall.
Israeli soldiers, who recaptured the Old City from the Jordanians during the Six-Day War, carry a confiscated portrait of Jordan’s King Hussein through East Jerusalem, June, Author: Bernard Avishai.
But here, as the Six-Day War began, David Ben-Gurion writes of his perspective: “A week ago our country was facing a grave national peril ” In mid, Israel’s enemy was formidable: the Syrians and Egyptians were then in a military pact and had just been joined by Jordan and Iraq.
Six Day War Quotes Quotes tagged as "six-day-war" Showing of 3 “Israel's demonstration of its military prowess in confirmed its status as a 'strategic asset,' as did its moves to prevent Syrian intervention in Jordan in in support of the PLO.
A History of the Jews: From Earliest Times Through The Six Day War by Cecil Roth and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Six-Day War involved three distinct battlefronts, tied together by a shared desire on the part of the surrounding Arab states to eliminate Israel and erase the shame of their defeat 19 years earlier when they failed to destroy the nascent Jewish state.
A war in between Israel and its Arab neighbors re-shaped the modern Middle East. The Six Day War, or the June '67 War as Arabs prefer, means something different to. The Six-Day War was fought between June 5 and Jby Israel and the neighboring states of Egypt [known then as the United Arab Republic (UAR)], Jordan, and Six-Day War began with a large-scale surprise air strike by Israel on Egypt and ended with a major victory by Israel.
A number of controversies have arisen out of the causes and conduct of the war, namely: whether. The miracle of the Six-Day War. June 8, Generals at West Point have been quoted as saying that Israel’s victory can simply not be understood from the perspective of strategy in historic warfare.
Fifty years have not dimmed the memories of the miracles of that glorious moment in history. It was as a result of the Six-Day War that. Six-Day War, Year Occupation: What Really Happened in June. - Duration: The Real News Netw views. was the year of the six-day war.
Here we bring together its impact on Israel and on the Jewish communities in the Arab countries; United States Middle East policy and United Nations deliberations; effects on the East European Communist bloc, its citizens, and its Jewish communities, and American opinion.
For discus-File Size: 1MB. The Six Day War, also called the War, Third Arab Israeli War or an-Naksah (The Setback) is well documented. We explore events that led to the conflict, and discuss the aftermath.
A comprehensive Middle East history resource for teachers, students and journalists, with a large section of personal recollection - bringing history to life. For six tense days between June 5war raged between Israel and its neighbors, Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. There are many contexts in which this story makes sense, but only Michael Oren, a widely published American-born Israel scholar and historian, has so far knitted the diverse strands into a cohesive fabric that remains vital and relevant today/5(12).
The Arab World Has Never Recovered From the Loss of Fifty years after the Six-Day War, the intellectualism that once lit up the Middle East has been all. The daughter and son of Israeli war of aggression's hero, Gen.
Matti Peled - Professor Nurit Peled-Elhanan (Hebrew University) and Miko Peled, a former IOF soldier and author of book, "The General’s Son" - have recently spoken about Israel, its culture of racism and the so-called 'Six Day War'.