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by Moshe Gat

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Author: Moshe Gat
ISBN: 0275975142
ISBN13: 978-0275975142
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger (February 28, 2003)
Pages: 280
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MOSHE GAT is Head of the Political Studies Department and Professor of Modern History in the General History Department at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. Hardcover: 280 pages.

MOSHE GAT is Head of the Political Studies Department and Professor of Modern History in the General History Department at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. Publisher: Praeger (February 28, 2003).

In this comprehensive study, Gat looks at British policy in the period leading up to the Six-Day Wa. It also focuses on the Middle East water dispute, its impact on future events, and eventually the outbreak of war in 1967.

It also focuses on the Middle East water dispute, its impact on future events, and eventually the outbreak of war in 1967. This is a fascinating look at the process by which the Middle East became yet another Cold War playground. Download (pdf, . 4 Mb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original

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Home Browse Books Book details, Britain and the Conflict in the Middle East,. Examines the role of Britain and other world powers in Arab-Israeli affairs just prior to the Six-Day War. Excerpt. Similar alliances were concluded in both Asia and the Middle East. In September 1954, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Pakistan, France, Britain and the United States signed the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization and established SEATO, the Asian equivalent of NATO.

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The Coming of the Six-Day Wa. Gat is the first to examine this turbulent yet decisive chapter in the history of the Middle East within the context of the Cold War, while making extensive use of British, American, and Israeli archives.

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The human drama behind the 1967 Middle East Wa. Western powers had no doubt which side in the Middle East was stronger on the eve of war in 1967. In the same year, he defied Britain, France and Israel in the Suez crisis, and became the hero and leader of the Arab world. In Israel, Rabin continued his military career. By 1967, he was chief-of-staff, the most senior officer. Arabs could not get over the pain of defeat; the Israelis never forgot that their neighbours tried to destroy them. The US military's Joint Chiefs of Staff judged "that Israel will be militarily unchallengeable by any combination of Arab states at least during the next five years.

In this comprehensive study, Gat looks at British policy in the period leading up to the Six-Day War. Although Britain holds center stage in this account, the study discusses in some detail American policy and its effect on the Arab-Israeli conflict. It also focuses on the Middle East water dispute, its impact on future events, and eventually the outbreak of war in 1967. This is a fascinating look at the process by which the Middle East became yet another Cold War playground.

To date, most scholars on the Arab-Israeli conflict have focused on the events of the Six-Day War, rather than on the tumultuous years prior to the war. Gat is the first to examine this turbulent yet decisive chapter in the history of the Middle East within the context of the Cold War, while making extensive use of British, American, and Israeli archives.

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