Yom Kippur War 1973(1)
The Yom Kippur War 1973 (1) The Golan Heights (Campaign 118)
Author: Simon Dunstan Illustrator: Howard Gerrard
Paperback; August 20 2003; 96 pages
At 1345hrs on 6 October 1973, Israeli spotters in the observation post atop Mount Hermon saw Syrian gunners below them removing the camouflage nets from their guns. Ten minutes later shells began to rain down on Israeli positions all along the Golan Heights The Yom Kippur War had begun. The shock Syrian attack caught the Israelis by surprise and by the afternoon of 7 October a Syrian brigade was less than 10km from the Sea of Galilee. Simon Dunstan describes in detail how amid desperate and bitter fighting the Israeli forces managed to turn the tide on the Golan Heights.
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