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The Yom Kippur War, also known as the Ramadan War, the October War, the 1973 Arab–Israeli War or the Fourth Arab–Israeli War, was an armed conflict fought ...
Operation Badr (1973) · Camp David Accords · Albert Mandler · Moshe Dayan
Yom Kippur War, damaging war between Egypt, Syria, and Israel in October 1973. After years of sporadic fighting since 1967, Egypt and Syria launched a ...

Key People: Moshe Dayan Golda Meir Hosni Mubarak Anwar Sadat Ariel Sharon
Date: October 6, 1973 - c. November 1973
Participants: Egypt Israel Syria
Context: Arab-Israeli wars
The war was so called because it started on the holiest day in the Jewish calendar, the Day of Atonement (October 6, 1973). It came almost as a complete ...
Jul 18, 2021 · The 1973 October War didn't last long as wars go, but even forty-five years later, its influence is still profound. The war revealed the awesome ...
Despite Israel's military supremacy, the war took a great toll on all participating countries. During those three weeks of war, 2,691 IDF soldiers lost their ...
*In the United States, the October 1973 war is typically referred to as the Yom Kippur War. Because the war was fought during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, ...
Although it may be hard to believe, the Yom Kippur War was actually the last time Israel fought a war against a sovereign nation's standing army. The rest of ...
The 1973 Arab-Israeli War was a watershed for U.S. foreign policy toward the Middle East. It forced the Nixon administration to realize that Arab ...
Oct 8, 2021 · True, responded military historian Azar Gat of Tel Aviv University, the IDF won, but only because Egypt made its war's lone mistake, when it ...