By Moshe Gat
In this accomplished research, Gat appears to be like at British coverage within the interval top as much as the Six-Day struggle. even supposing Britain holds heart degree during this account, the learn discusses in a few aspect American coverage and its influence at the Arab-Israeli clash. It additionally specializes in the center East water dispute, its influence on destiny occasions, and at last the outbreak of warfare in 1967. it is a interesting examine the method in which the center East grew to become yet one more chilly warfare playground.
To date, so much students at the Arab-Israeli clash have interested by the occasions of the Six-Day conflict, instead of at the tumultuous years sooner than the battle. Gat is the 1st to ascertain this turbulent but decisive bankruptcy within the background of the center East in the context of the chilly conflict, whereas making broad use of British, American, and Israeli archives.
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Britain and the Conflict in the Middle East, 1964-1967: The Coming of the Six-Day War by Moshe Gat