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    • zeev
    • 06.06.07 | 11:52 (IDT)

    I think no one can comment on this article, and make sense, before he has read Tom Segev's "1967: Israel, the War, and the Year that Transformed the Middle East", Metropolitan Books (May 29, 2007). Or alternatively, "1967: Vehaaretz sheenta et paneha" ("1967: And the Country Changed its Face"), Keter Books. "Today we know that Israel's triumph in 1967 was a Pyrrhic victory. Tom Segev's 1967 makes that more clear than anything written on the subject. Segev documents this historic tragedy brilliantly, authoritatively, as no one has before." "The foundations for everything that is happening in Israel today were laid back then, in 1967." Amos Elon, in "So misled by the leaders", Haaretz 22/07/2005

    from the article: What was forgotten that morning
    First published 00:00 05.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 05.06.07
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