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Six Days of War: June 1967 and the Making of the Modern Middle East

The Making Of The Modern Middle East ; Michael B. Oren, Six Days Of War

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    The Arab countries were distrustful of each other, despite their facade of pan-Arab unity, and I deduct one star because the author does not give enough credence to the Arab interpretation of events.


    A detailed and even-handed account of the Six-Day War, its causes and aftermath, is written by Michael Oren, and sheds light on the diplomatic background of the conflict, which helped explain why a military skirmish easily dwarfed by any of the larger WWII battles.


    Oren tries to offer a balanced view of the Arabic leaders and their communities, but he also tries to paint Israel in a not-so- positive light, like the power squabbles between Israeli leaders.


    The book is in good condition.


    The book is in good condition.

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