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    Arab-Israeli Conflict in Supreme Ruler Cold War

    Thus, in 1949, there was no Palestine, the Gaza Strip was part of Egypt and the West Bank was part of Jordan, in 1967 Israel's willingness to attack Egypt to Syria and Jordan, and take the land that historically and peace is declared, as in real life? Do countries AI sue for peace when their countries are being devastated? What about the war in 1973? Do changes of territory, it shows Egypt across the Channel and defeat Israel? What about tanks and stuff, what the armies of saying we're going to the U.S., Russia, Israel and Egypt to compose?

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    Egypt and Syria attacked Israel by surprise and tried many low at first, but then Israel rebelled against the Syrians and illegally crossed the Suez Canal without compromising the Egyptian forces (armies of Egypt were largely fixed during the voyage, however Israel was forced to retreat by the United Nations of the West Bank and the victory on the Western Front was Egypt, having won over the land, but Syria lost the land, which is a neutral outcome. Despite Egypt lost more soldiers than Israel, which was like the Battle of Kursk, the Soviets lost a million soldiers; the Germans lost 177,000 soldiers, the Soviets still won.

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    Just to clarify about the 1967 war, while Israel "fired the first shot" there were several casus belli by the Arabs: the closing of the Straits of Tiran, the withdrawal of the UN force in Sinai, an increase activity in the Syrian border Hula Valley, and possibly the concentration of forces on the border of Israel. Consequently, this is certainly a statement of Arab war against Israel. There is a great effort, along with some historians, who argued that it was a war initiated by Israel, but no respectable scholar of military history or international relations, believes that, myself included.

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    The only significant case in history in which one or a group of nations concentrated on the border of another country and tried to say that this was not an act of war with Arab states in 1967. By contrast, Stalin was afraid of giving the Germans a casus belli in 1941 that not only allowed the Soviet army to train along its common border with Germany - as this may be interpreted as hostile, which justifies a German invasion - but he did not allow the redistribution of the Soviet Union from the border. Instead, the army stood motionless, hoping to defuse the ill-fated German invasion inevitable.

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    There was absolutely nothing "illegal" on the crossing of the Suez Israel! That's like saying the Allies invaded France on D unlawfully or illegally crossed the British Hudson River in New Jersey in 1776. When two nations are at war usually do not come to call "not fair" or "out of bounds." The only exceptions to this are things like hospitals and all that, but even this is quite modern and respected in full, certainly does not apply to the entire invading nation. Surgeon General's Warning: beginning of the war can lead to injury; participate at your own risk!

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    I think I understand what you mean that the Israelis not to the Egyptians, but this is really poorly formulated. Moreover, the Egyptian army was "fixed" because they had to stay under her umbrella SAM. Egypt has large armored and mechanized forces in 1973, and these were overwhelming deployed in the Sinai. However, a detachment of these forces maimed after going on the offensive to Syrian authorities and this created a small opening between two Egyptian armies.

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    There are many reasons why the war of 73 was the way he did, but to be honest I do not think you have a much nuanced understanding of the situation. For example, Israel's military doctrine had shifted violently in favor of the tank, effectively giving up to support the infantry. This meant that his doctrine at the beginning of the war was deeply flawed, but was weaker in ways that are very strong doctrine of Egypt and Syria. What the Israelis were able to do - this is the strength of Israel - is simply to change the doctrine on the fly.

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    The Israelis had no nuclear weapons at this time, burned several tires on fire and said they had successfully tested a nuclear bomb in the Negev desert. As for the objectives of the Arabs, who were different for each of the Arab states involved: the young King Hussien of Jordan was pressed into a war he did not want a treaty and violated his grandfather, King Faisal had signed giving throughout the territory now under Israeli control, Egypt wanted total control of the Suez Canal and Syria wanted to drive the Israelis into the sea.

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