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SINAI VICTORY. by S.L.A. Marshall. In 1956, the Israeli Army was given the task of destroying Egyptian forces in the Sinai Desert as part of a joint British-French-Israeli effort to reopen the Suez Canal.
SINAI VICTORY. by S.L.A. Marshall. In 1956, the Israeli Army was given the task of destroying Egyptian forces in the Sinai Desert as part of a joint British-French-Israeli effort to reopen the Suez Canal.
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SINAI VICTORY. by S.L.A. Marshall. In 1956, the Israeli Army was given the task of destroying Egyptian forces in the Sinai Desert as part of a joint British-French-Israeli effort to reopen the Suez Canal. It did... in just 100 hours! Researched & written in S.L.A.M.'s classic style. Summary: A detailed account of one of the shortest combat operations since WW 2, the 100 Hour Israeli campaign in the Sinai desert against Egypt in the autumn of 1956, The author interviewed many Israeli field commanders, and produced a fine account of Israeli command decisions and small unit actions during their lightning thrust across the Sinai and the destruction of the superior and better armed Egyptian Army. 1985 reprint of 1958 original edition. 280 pages, 34 maps.
Item Details
Group:
Desert Storm/Mid-Eastern Conflicts
ID:
BP-850
Category:
History / Tactics / Details
Media:
Hardcover book
Type:
Battles / Campaigns / Strategy
Price:
$33.25
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