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Significance of Tactics Used the Israelis and Egyptians Between 5 and 10 June 1967 During the 6-Day War by Richard A. Evans

Significance of Tactics Used

the Israelis and Egyptians Between 5 and 10 June 1967 During the 6-Day War by Richard A. Evans

Published August 1st 2012
ISBN : 9781249278986
Paperback
22 pages
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Donovan Research Library and the US Armor Research Library are now part of the Maneuver Center of Excellence Libraries Virtual Library program. For the past few years, both libraries have processed large parts of their historical collections ofMoreDonovan Research Library and the US Armor Research Library are now part of the Maneuver Center of Excellence Libraries Virtual Library program. For the past few years, both libraries have processed large parts of their historical collections of student papers, post newspapers, documents, yearbooks, and other materials to be digitized. The collections represent the intellectual talent of research and education that soldiers receive from the faculty, historians, and staff of the US Army Infantry School and US Army Armor School and its divisions. This collection contains personal experience papers and monographs describing combat operations, campaigns, and battle tactics from various wars and years in US History, including World War I, the Korean War, and Vietnam War. Some titles in this collection include: Operations of the 108th Infantry, 27th Division, in the British Offensive Towards Maubeuge, Mobile Riverine Force, and The Training, Infiltration, and Operations or a North Vietnamese Soldier. This paper is part of this Infantry School Papers collection.