Military Preparations of the Arab Community in Palestine, 1945-1948
On 29th November, 1947, following the UN's resolution for the Partition of Palestine, fighting broke out between Palestinian Arabs and Jews. This book analyzes the reasons why the Arab military were defeated, asking whether it was a failure on the battlefield or one of Arab leadership.
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