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Yom Kippur War

Suez Canal

ByDhirubhai Patel

The Yom Kippur War, Ramadan War, or October War also known as the 1973 Arab–Israeli War, was fought from October 6 to 25, 1973, by a coalition of Arab states led by Egypt and Syria against Israel. Yom Kippur War Index Chapter 1: The war Story 1.1 Events leading up to the war 1.2 War objectives and areas of combat 1.3 Lead-up to the surprise attack 1.4 Egyptian and Syrian military exercises 1.5 Lack of Israeli pre-emptive attack Chapter 2: Course of the war 2.1 Egyptian attack 2.2 Failed Israeli counter-attack 2.3 Temporary stabilization 2.4 The Egyptian failed attack 2.5 Israel planned attack considerations 2.6 Israeli breakthrough – Crossing the canal 2.7 Securing the bridgehead 2.8 Egyptian response to the Israeli crossing 2.9 Israeli forces across the Suez 2.10 The ceasefire and further battles 2.11 Egypt's trapped Third Army 2.12 Post-war battles 2.13 Final situation on the Egyptian front 2.14 War in the Golan Heights 2.15 Successful defense of the Quneitra Gap by the 7th Armored Brigade 2.16 Syrian breakthrough in the Southern Golan 2.17 The collapse of the 188th Armored Brigade 2.18 Israel retakes the southern Golan 2.19 Naval War Chapter 3: Atrocities against Israeli prisoners 3.1 Egyptian atrocities Chapter 4: Participation by other states 4.1 Aid to Egypt and Syria 4.2 Soviet active aid 4.3 Soviet threat of intervention 4.4 Other countries 4.5 US-Soviet naval standoff Chapter 5 : Weapons 5.1 Home front during the war 5.2 Casualties Chapter 6: Post-ceasefire 6.1 Disengagement agreement 6.2 Response in Israel 6.3 Response in Egypt 6.4 Response in Syria 6.5 Response in the Soviet Union Chapter 7: Long-term effects


Publication Date
May 26, 2021
English, Middle (1100-1500)
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
By (author): Dhirubhai Patel



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