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Title: Crossing -  The Israeli Crossing of the Suez 1973 
Author: Amiram Ezov
Page Count: 356 
International Publisher & Distributor & Agent: Contento
Previously Published
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  • About the Book

    Crossing the Suez Canal during the Yom Kippur War was most likely the most difficult mission The Israeli Defense Forces had ever faced. Thirty seven years later some of the units still struggle with the events of that time. Some many wounded and fallen - many  remained psychologically captive to the events. This book is the result of a thorough investigation of the crossing of the Suez October 15th -18th from all its perspectives - material gathered from interviews, documents, maps, recordings. 

  • About the Author

    Amiram Ezov, PhD in History, kibbutznik on Kibbutz Mishmar Haemek is 59, father of three, was a high ranking officer in the Artillery Corps when he was in the army. Most of his investigation was carried out for the History Department of the Israel Defense Forces - much of the information remains confidential. This is his first book

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