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Arab Armies of the center East Wars (2) [Osprey Men-at-Arms 194] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор: Sam Katz: Название: Arab Armies of the center East Wars (2) [Osprey Men-at-Arms 194]:Серия: Osprey Men-at-Arms 194:Издательство: Osprey Publishing Ltd:Страниц: 49:Язык: Английский:Год: 1988:Формат: pdf в rar:Размер: 11,8 Mb:Для сайта: www.mirknig.comОписание (About this book): The Six-Day struggle significantly altered the political and armed forces complexion of the center East: 3 Arab armies lay in spoil, whereas Israel accomplished neighborhood superpower prestige. The Arab reaction to defeat used to be a thirst for revenge, and the method of regrouping to release the 1973 conflict used to be the closest the Arab global might come to actual team spirit. This e-book examines the post-1973 improvement of the armies of Egypt, Jordan and Syria, in addition to the Palestinian guerrilla and terrorist teams. sponsored through photos and color illustrations, this e-book additionally information the precise army and political roles of the armies' elite devices. eighty five
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