Summary and Info
On 11 June 1967 three Arab armies lay in ruin. The Six-Day War drastically altered the political and military complexion of the Middle East. Prior to the war, Israel was regarded as a nuisance. Afterwards, she achieved permanent regional superpower status. The Arab response to defeat was a thirst for revenge; and the process of regrouping was the nearest the Arab world would come to true unity. Sam Kazt details the important events of the inter-Arab struggles, and both the uniforms and organisation and the special military and political roles of the elite units who took part.