The Six Day War 1967: Jordan and Syria (Campaign)

The Six Day War 1967: Jordan and Syria (Campaign)

The Six Day War 1967: Jordan and Syria (Campaign)

Simon Dunstan


Osprey's exam of Jordan and Syria's involvement within the Six Day conflict (1967). Following the lightning destruction of the Egyptian forces on the outbreak of the Six Day warfare, Israel grew to become to the forces of Jordan and Syria, with whom Egypt had signed a mutual-defence pact, and who had now entered the struggle. Jordan's military moved opposed to West Jerusalem and valuable Israel, whereas Syria all started shelling Israeli cities from the doubtless impregnable Golan Heights.

The IDF's invasion of the Golan was once as bold and winning as its extra recognized Egyptian victory, yet its luck in Jordan - taking the West financial institution - sowed the seeds of its destiny problems. Comprehensively illustrated with art, maps and battlefield perspectives, this new background brings the most very important of twentieth century campaigns to life.

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