The War of Atonement

'A scrupulously researched account...the most authoritative yet to have appeared_.' **Financial Times** 'Certainly the best account of the war from the Israeli standpoint that has yet appeared or is likely to appear for some years to come.' ...

The War of Atonement

Author: Chaim Herzog

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ISBN: 1526713748

Page: 320

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'A scrupulously researched account...the most authoritative yet to have appeared_.' **Financial Times** 'Certainly the best account of the war from the Israeli standpoint that has yet appeared or is likely to appear for some years to come.' **Basil Collier, New York Times Book Review** This is the authoritative account of the Israeli Army’s performance in the bitter Yom Kippur War of 1973. The origins of the war in the turbulent history of competing powers in the Middle East are fully explored, as are the build-up of Arab forces that almost caught Israel by surprise, and the realisation of the Israeli leadership that they would have to fight against overwhelming odds for the survival of their state. An analysis of the political implications of the conflict brings this epic tale to a close. A gripping narrative, punctuated by first-hand accounts and interviews with combatants, The War of Atonement is full of drama and tales of inspirational bravery. For this edition Chaim Herzog’s son, Colonel Michael Herzog, has written an Introduction that places the book in the context of his father’s achievements and gives a revealing insight of the man himself. This is the most comprehensive work on a conflict that has had major implications for our own troubled times.

War of Atonement

For this edition Chaim Herzog's son, Colonel Michael Herzog, has written an Introduction that places the book in the context of his father s achievements and gives a revealing insight of the man himself.

War of Atonement

Author: Chaim Herzog

Publisher: Frontline Books

ISBN: 9781526713711

Page: 320

View: 486

'A scrupulously researched account...the most authoritative yet to have appeared.' - Financial Times 'Certainly the best account of the war from the Israeli standpoint that has yet appeared or is likely to appear for some years to come.' *- Basil Collier, New York Times Book Review This is the authoritative account of the Israeli Army s performance in the bitter Yom Kippur War of 1973. The origins of the war in the turbulent history of competing powers in the Middle East are fully explored, as are the build-up of Arab forces that almost caught Israel by surprise, and the realisation of the Israeli leadership that they would have to fight against overwhelming odds for the survival of their state. An analysis of the political implications of the conflict brings this epic tale to a close. A gripping narrative, punctuated by first-hand accounts and interviews with combatants, 'The War of Atonement' is full of drama and tales of inspirational bravery. For this edition Chaim Herzog's son, Colonel Michael Herzog, has written an Introduction that places the book in the context of his father s achievements and gives a revealing insight of the man himself. This is the most comprehensive work on a conflict that has had major implications for our own troubled times. AUTHOR: Chaim Herzog served in the British Army in the Second World War and, later, in the Israel Defence Forces. He became Director of Israeli Military Intelligence, Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations and President of Israel. His other books include 'Battles of the Bible' (co-authored with Mordechai Gichon) and his autobiography, 'Living History', published shortly before his death in 1997.

The War of Atonement

This is the authoritative account of the Israeli Army's performance in the bitter Yom Kippur War of 1973.

The War of Atonement

Author: Chaim Herzog

Publisher: Greenhill Books/Lionel Leventhal

ISBN: 9781853673078

Page: 300

View: 550

This is the authoritative account of the Israeli Army's performance in the bitter Yom Kippur War of 1973. The origins of the war in the turbulent history of competing powers in the Middle East are fully explored, as is the build up of Arab forces that almost caught Israel by surprise, and the dawning realization of the Israeli leadership that they would once again have to fight against overwhelming odds for the survival of their state. A gripping narrative of the conflict itself, punctuated by first-hand accounts and interviews with combatants, The War of Atonement is full of drama and tales of inspirational bravery. An analysis of the political implications of the conflict bring this epic tale to a close.

Ghosts of Atonement

This is a must for anyone with interest in F-4 Phantom operations, Israeli Air Force heritage, and modern military history.

Ghosts of Atonement

Author: Shlomo Aloni

Publisher: Schiffer Military History

ISBN: 9780764347566

Page: 228

View: 160

In the years that preceded the October 1973 Yom Kippur War, Israel invested heavily in the creation of a heavy attack force of four F-4 Phantom/Kurnass squadrons. They would fly 3,000+ sorties, claim 80+ kills, and suffer 30+ losses during the nineteen days of one of the most intensive, savage wars in modern military history. This book delves into the details of individual Israeli F-4 Phantom/Kurnass crew missions and their day-to-day operations during the war. This is a must for anyone with interest in F-4 Phantom operations, Israeli Air Force heritage, and modern military history.

War of Atonement Book 3 Vankara Saga

When Sarah returns to Vankara, she instantly realizes that war isn't the only conflict she'll have to deal with back home.

War of Atonement  Book 3  Vankara Saga

Author: S. J. West

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781532759291

Page: 306

View: 459

When Sarah returns to Vankara, she instantly realizes that war isn't the only conflict she'll have to deal with back home. Her relationship with Gabriel is strained when he learns the truth about who she is and the secret Dracen has been keeping from him all this time. With the revelation of who Gabriel truly is to her, Sarah must decide what her feelings are for him. She relies heavily on the strength of her new relationship with Fallon to retain her sanity. Not only must she deal with the personal conflicts in her life, but she must also find a way to come to terms with a new, and potentially destructive, secret that reveals itself in an unexpected way. As Sarah and her new allies, the dragons, prepare for war, she remains mindful that everyone is relying on her to lead them to victory. Gregoire, the commander of the dragons, is on a personal mission to stop his brother, Tyr, from accomplishing his goal of enslaving humanity under dragon rule. Needing to set right his brother's wrongs, Gregoire is prepared to do whatever must be done to stop Tyr. War is never an easy undertaking-much less one that was unprovoked. With her new allies standing beside her, Sarah prepares to take back her country from Nuala, Queen of the Fae, and finally bring peace to her island nation of Vankara.

It is No Dream

3 Major - General Chaim Herzog , The War of Atonement October 1973 ( Boston ,
Toronto : Little Brown and Co . , 1975 ) , p . 278 . 4 Kippur p . 113 . 5 Ibid . , p . 115
. 6 Herzog , The War of Atonement October 1973 , p . 159 . 7 Kippur , p . 8 .

It is No Dream

Author: Elwood McQuaid

Publisher: Friends of Israel Gospel

ISBN: 9780915540211

Page: 231

View: 690

This book scans the entire biblical prophetic program for Israel, documenting the historical events that illustrate the outworking of the divine program for the Jewish people. Its purpose is threefold: (1) to give Christians insight into the Jewish people; (2) to show the indisputable miracle of Israel; and (3) to help Jewish readers differentiate between those who wear a mask of Christianity and heap scorn, ridicule, and persecution upon them, and true believers, who seek to emulate the genuine spirit of Christ toward the chosen people of God.

Atonement

The other Apostolic Writings Chapter 22. What Christ Suffered in Atonement Chapter 23. The Penalty in its Inner Meaning Chapter 24. Redemption and Atonement Chapter 25. Resurrection the Sign of Complete Atonement Chapter 26.

Atonement

Author: Frederick W. Grant

Publisher: Irving Risch

ISBN:

Page: 155

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Chapter 1. The Need to be Met Chapter 2. The Last Adam and the New Creation Chapter 3. The Seed of the Woman Chapter 4. The Ark and the Altar Chapter 5. The Offering of Isaac Chapter 6. The Passover and the Sea Chapter 7. The Tabernacle-Service Chapter 8. The Burnt-Offering Chapter 9. The Peace-Offering Chapter 10. The Sin-Offering Chapter 11. The Trespass-Offering Chapter 12. The Two Birds Chapter 13. The Day of Atonement Chapter 14. The Red Heifer Chapter 15. Prophetic Testimony Chapter 16. The Testimony of the Psalms Chapter 17. Atonement in the New Testament. The Gospels Chapter 18. Romans and Galatians Chapter 19. Colossians, Ephesians, 2 Corinthians Chapter 20. Hebrews Chapter 21. The other Apostolic Writings Chapter 22. What Christ Suffered in Atonement Chapter 23. The Penalty in its Inner Meaning Chapter 24. Redemption and Atonement Chapter 25. Resurrection the Sign of Complete Atonement Chapter 26. Union and Identification with Christ Chapter 27. God Glorified and Glorifying Himself

Numbers Predictions and War

In support of Proposition 9 , General Chaim Herzog has written the following in
his reliable and responsible War of Atonement : Contrary to the hasty conclusions
published throughout the world after the Yom Kippur War , the tank still remains a
 ...

Numbers  Predictions and War

Author: Trevor Nevitt Dupuy

Publisher: NOVA Publications (VA)

ISBN:

Page: 256

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Day of Atonement

The story of a camp in Europe and after the war, where the dispossessed still live in a stateless and hopeless condition.1 woman, 3 men

Day of Atonement

Author: Margaret Wood

Publisher: Samuel French Limited

ISBN: 9780573020469

Page: 34

View: 650

The story of a camp in Europe and after the war, where the dispossessed still live in a stateless and hopeless condition.

Military Misfortunes

5 he still expected at least twenty - four hours warning before the beginning of a
war . Haber , Hayom tifrotz ... Herzog , War of Atonement , remains a good
English account , as does Dupuy , Elusive Victory , pp . 387 – 618 . An excellent
short ...

Military Misfortunes

Author: Eliot A. Cohen

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 296

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Examines the three types of misfortune--failure to learn, to anticipate, and to adapt--and shows their implication in a variety of defeats in the twentieth century

Atonement

Brilliant and utterly enthralling in its depiction of childhood, love and war, England and class, the novel is at its center a profound–and profoundly moving–exploration of shame and forgiveness and the difficulty of absolution.

Atonement

Author: Ian McEwan

Publisher: Everyman's Library

ISBN: 9780375712470

Page: 424

View: 453

On the hottest day of the summer of 1935, thirteen-year-old Briony Tallis sees her older sister Cecilia strip off her clothes and plunge into the fountain in the garden of their country house. Watching Cecilia is their housekeeper’s son Robbie Turner, a childhood friend who, along with Briony’s sister, has recently graduated from Cambridge. By the end of that day the lives of all three will have been changed forever. Robbie and Cecilia will have crossed a boundary they had never before dared to approach and will have become victims of the younger girl’s scheming imagination. And Briony will have committed a dreadful crime, the guilt for which will color her entire life. In each of his novels Ian McEwan has brilliantly drawn his reader into the intimate lives and situations of his characters. But never before has he worked with so large a canvas: In Atonement he takes the reader from a manor house in England in 1935 to the retreat from Dunkirk in 1941; from the London’s World War II military hospitals to a reunion of the Tallis clan in 1999. Atonement is Ian McEwan’s finest achievement. Brilliant and utterly enthralling in its depiction of childhood, love and war, England and class, the novel is at its center a profound–and profoundly moving–exploration of shame and forgiveness and the difficulty of absolution.

The Nation

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ATONEMENT Israeli Ambassador Chaim Herzog's inside story of the Yom Kippur
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Surprise Attack

86 The director of Military Intelligence , Major General Eliahu Zeira , still
estimated the probability of war as low . But Chief of ... Major - General Chaim
Herzog , The War of Atonement : October 1973 ( Little , Brown , 1975 ) , pp . 38 ,
42 ; and ...

Surprise Attack

Author: Richard K. Betts

Publisher: Brookings Inst Press

ISBN:

Page: 318

View: 567

The Idea of Atonement in the Philosophy of Hermann Cohen

The war disrupted the uneasy peace among the social forces on the Continent
and drowned many of the moderate and conciliatory voices in its maelstrom .
After the war and the brief period of unrest and revolution that followed it ,
different ...

The Idea of Atonement in the Philosophy of Hermann Cohen

Author: Michael Zank

Publisher: Scholars Press

ISBN:

Page: 533

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Zank (Boston U.) reappraises the work of German Judaic scholar Cohen (1842-1918) and aligns him with the tasks of Jewish philosophy first taken up in the period of Jewish-Muslim philosophical symbiosis. He considers his position between Judaism and philosophy; atonement in his project of renewing the Jewish philosophy of religion and ethics; and substance, self-consciousness, and concrete subjectivity. He developed the study from his 1994 doctoral dissertation for Brandeis University. He substitutes a detailed table of contents for an index. Distributed in the US by the Society of Biblical Literature. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR