Arabs at War: Military Effectiveness, 1948-1991

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1. Israel's Conquest of the Negev, October 1948—January 1949, 20
2. Israeli Conquest of the Sinai, October 1956, 33
3. Battle of Abu Ageilah, October 1956, 35
4. Major Egyptian Operations in Yemen, 1962—67, 50
5. Israeli Conquest of the Sinai, June 1967, 65
6. Battle of Abu Ageilah, June 1967, 68
7. Egyptian Crossing of the Suez, 6 October 1973, 109
8. Egypt's Offensive and Israel's Attack, 14 and 16 October 1973, 115
9. Israeli Operations on the West Bank of the Suez,
17—24 October 1973, 121
10. Iraqi Army Operations, 1948, 152
11. Major Battles of the First Kurdish War, 160
12. Iraqi Attacks on 12 and 16 October 1973, 170
13. Iraqi Attacks on 19 October 1973, 172
14. Iraqi Invasion of Iran, September 1980, 188
15. Iran's Counteroffensives, 1981—82, 197
16. First Battle of al-Basrah, July 1982, 204
17. Iranian Offensives, 1986—87, 222
18. Iraqi Offensives, 1988, 226
19. Iraqi Divisions in the Kuwaiti Theater of Operations,
24 February 1991, 240
20. Initial Coalition Ground Attacks, 24—25 February 1991, 250
21. Final Battles of the Gulf War, 26—27 February 1991, 253
22. Israeli-Transjordanian Battles for the West Bank, 1948, 275
23. Israel's Conquest of the West Bank, June 1967, 301
24. Jordanian Operations, 16 October 1973, 347
25. Jordanian Operations, 19 October 1973, 349

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  • Arabs at War - Military Effectiveness, 1948—1991 *
  • Contents *
  • Maps *
  • Tables *
  • Preface *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Understanding Modern Arab Military Effectiveness *
  • 1 - Egypt *
  • 2 - Iraq *
  • 3 - Jordan *
  • 4 - Libya *
  • 5 - Saudi Arabia *
  • 6 - Syria *
  • Conclusions and Lessons *
  • Afterword *
  • Notes *
  • Selected Bibliography *
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  • In Studies in War, Society, and the Military *
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