The Epic Encounter that Transformed the Middle East
Description: A galvanizing account of the most dramatic of the Arab-Israeli hostilities. Abraham Rabinovich, who was a reporter during the conflict for the Jerusalem Post, transports the reader into the midst of the 1973 Yom Kippur War. Using extensive interviews with both participants and observers, and with access to recently declassified materials, Rabinovich shows that the drama of the war lays not only in the battles but also in the apocalyptic visions it triggered in Israel, the hopes and fears it inspired in the Arab world, the heated conflicts on both sides about the conduct of the war, and the concurrent American face-off with the Soviets in Washington, D.C., Moscow, and the Mediterranean. A comprehensive account of one of the pivotal conflicts of the 20th century.
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