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2nd Infantry Division (Egypt)

After the defeat of the Egyptian forces in Palestine, 1948 during the First-Arab Israeli war. A modernization program was made to upgrade the Military that included Missile program. In 1949 the 2nd Infantry Division was formed and it compromised 3 Infantry Regiment and 1 Reconnaissance Regiment. However the division never participated in the Suez Crisis. The divisions first engagement was in the North Yemen Civil War along the other Egyptian units there. In 1965 the division was pulled back to Egypt to be upgraded, where it was replaced with Brigades instead of Regiments.

147 Squadron (Israel)

147 Squadron, often referred to as the Flying Ibex or Goring Ram squadron, is a former unit of the Israeli Air Force. Fielding IAF Flight Academy aircraft, it flew the Boeing-Stearman Kaydet during the 1956 Suez Crisis and the Fouga Magister during the 1967 Six-Day War, in the course of which it suffered six fatalities. Between 1978 and 1986 it flew the A-4 Skyhawk.

Battle of Abu-Ageila (1967)

The Battle of Abu-Ageila was a military confrontation between the Israel Defense Forces and the Egyptian Army in the Six-Day War of June 1967. The decisive defeat of the Egyptians was critical to the eventual loss of the entire Sinai Peninsula to Israel. Leading Israeli forces was Major General Ariel Sharon, later a prominent politician and prime minister of Israel.

Battle of Ammunition Hill

Ammunition Hill was a fortified Jordanian military post in the northern part of Jordanian-ruled East Jerusalem and the western slope of Mount Scopus. It was the site of one of the fiercest battles of the Six-Day War. Ammunition Hill is now a national memorial site.

Catch 67

Catch 67 is a 2017 book by Israeli philosopher of Jewish thought Micah Goodman on Israeli internal conflict over the West Bank occupation. The book, written in Hebrew, contends that the conflicted political center on the occupation has views from both the political left and right. Goodman concludes that while an armistice is possible, a comprehensive peace deal is not. The book became the subject of intense public debate, and became a best-seller from its March 2017 release through the next several months. Its release coincided with the 50th anniversary of Israeli victory in the 1967 Six-D ...

Controversies relating to the Six-Day War

The Six-Day War was fought between June 5 and June 10, 1967, by Israel and the neighboring states of Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. The 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 Israels action was a preemptive strike justified by the threat of an imminent attack by the Arab states or an unjustified and unprovoked attack; whether the Egyptians killed stragglers from their own forces as they returned from the defeat; whether th ...


ⓘ Six-Day War

  • The Six - Day War Hebrew: מ ל ח מ ת ש ש ת ה י מ ים, Milhemet Sheshet Ha Yamim Arabic: النكسة, an - Naksah, The Setback or حرب 1967, Harb 1967, War of
  • The Six - Day War of 1899 was fought between the British Empire and the major punti clans of the New Territories in Hong Kong on 14 19 April 1899. The British
  • The Six - Day War French: Guerre des Six Jours was a series of armed confrontations between Ugandan and Rwandan forces around the city of Kisangani in
  • The origins of the Six - Day War which was fought between June 5 and June 10, 1967, by Israel and the neighboring states of Egypt known then as the United
  • ambassador to the United States, Michael Oren, chronicling the events of the Six - Day War fought between Israel and its Arab neighbors. Widely praised by critics
  • secessionist government. The conflict is sometimes referred to as the Six - Day War of Abkhazia, however this name only takes into account the Abkhazian
  • Six - day cycling is a track cycling event that competes over six days. Six - day races started in Britain, spread to many regions of the world, were brought
  • Six days or Six Days or 6 Days may refer to: Hexameron, days of creation Six Days by Jeremy Bowen Six Days of War by Michael Oren Six - Day War in 1967
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