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Title A never-ending conflict : a guide to Israeli military history / edited by Mordechai Bar-On.

Published Westport, Ct.: Praeger, 2004.

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 UniM Bail  956.9405 NEVE    AVAILABLE
Physical description vi, 261 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Praeger series on Jewish and Israeli studies
Notes Includes index.
Contents Foreword / Leslie Stein -- Introduction / Mordechai Bar-On -- 1. The Arab revolt, 1936-1939 : a turning point in the struggle over Palestine / Yigal Eyal -- 2. The Israeli-Arab war of 1948 : history versus narratives / Yoav Gelber -- 3. Israel's Armistice wars, 1949-1956 / David Tal -- 4. The Sinai war, 1956 : three partners, three wars / Motti Golani -- 5. "The war over the water" during the 1960s / Ami Gluska -- 6. The Six-Day war / Michael Oren -- 7. The Israeli-Egyptian "war of attrition," 1969-1970 / Dan Schueftan -- 8. The Yom Kippur war / Shimon Golan -- 9. Insurgency and counterinsurgency in Israel, 1965-1985 / Benny Michelsohn -- 10. The 1982 "peace for Galilee" war : looking back in anger - between an option of a war and a war of no option / Eyal Zisser -- 11. The Palestinian intifada, 1987-1991 / Reuven Aharoni -- 12. "Ebb and flow" versus "the al-Aqsu intifadah" : the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, 2000-2003 / Shaul Shay.
Summary "This is the story of a tragic confrontation between two national movements contesting the same small piece of land, a clash that has become one of the most intractable issues in modern times. From the establishment of the first Zionist colonies in the 1880s, tensions have run high between the indigenous Arab population of Palestine and Jews who have sought to create an independent state on land they consider their ancient home. Clashes, both internal and external, have become increasingly violent. Since the first full-scale Palestinian Revolt in 1936, relations have, except for a few brief periods of peace, been characterized by continuous and escalating degrees of bloodshed. Twelve major clashes can be identified from that first three-year struggle to the current Intifada of Aqsa. Here, 12 Israeli historians and writers present reflections on the incidents, along with up-to-date analysis and historical assessment."--BOOK JACKET.
Other author Bar-On, Mordechai, 1928-
Subject Arab-Israeli conflict.
ISBN 0275981584 (alk. paper)