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THE SIX~DAY WAR: A Retrospective. Foreword By Harold H.Saunders.: Parker, Richard B. (Edited By) THE SIX~DAY WAR: A Retrospective. Foreword By Harold H.Saunders.: Parker, Richard B. (Edited By)

THE SIX~DAY WAR: A Retrospective. Foreword By Harold H.Saunders.

Parker, Richard B. (Edited By)

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ISBN 10: 0813013836 / ISBN 13: 9780813013831
Published by Gainesville FL. 1996. University Press Of Florida., 1996
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dark grey cloth hardbound 8vo. dustwrapper in protective plastic book jacket cover. fine cond. binding square & tight. covers clean. a little rubbing at spine bottom. edges clean. grey spot from old sticker on front flyleaf, otherwise contents free of all markings. dustwrapper in fine cond. minor rubbing spine top, not torn or price clipped. nice clean copy. no library markings, store stamps, stickers, bookplates, no names, inking , underlining, remainder markings etc ~ first edition . first printing ( # 1 in # line). xix+345p. 2 b&w maps. approximately 20 b&w photo illustrations. list of panelists and observers. index. world history. middle east history. politics. 1967 arab~israeli war. history of israel. american history. conspiracy theory. ~ Former Ambassador Richard B. Parker gathered representatives from the Israeli, Arab, Russian, and U.S. military, government, and academe, many of whom were participants in the 1967 crisis, to reexamine the steps and missteps that led to the Six~Day War. Developed from a State Department conference marking the 25th anniversary of the war, this analysis and discussion provide the most authoritative account we have of the genesis of that Arab~Israeli conflict. ~Richard B. Parker, U.S. ambassador to Algeria, Lebanon, and Morocco from 1974 to 1979, retired from the Foreign Service in 1980. He is the author of The Politics of Miscalculation in the Middle East and North Africa: Regional Tensions and Strategic Concerns, and he edited the Middle East Journal from 1981 to 1987. Bookseller Inventory # 3261202

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Title: THE SIX~DAY WAR: A Retrospective. Foreword ...

Publisher: Gainesville FL. 1996. University Press Of Florida.

Publication Date: 1996

Binding: Hardcover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Edition: 1st Edition

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Former Ambassador Richard B. Parker gathered representatives from the Israeli, Arab, Russian, and U.S. military, government, and academe, many of whom were participants in the 1967 crisis, to reexamine the steps and missteps that led to the conflict.  Developed from a State Department conference marking the 25th anniversary of the war, this analysis and discussion provide the most authoritative account we have of the genesis of the Arab-Israeli war. Contents Origins of the Crisis:  L. Carl Brown The United Nations Response: I. William Zartman The Israeli Response: Bernard Reich The Other Arab Responses: E. Ernest Dawn The View from Washington: Donald C. Bergus Conspiracy Theories: Richard B. Parker Conclusions: Richard B. Parker
 

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"Brings the subject alive in the same multifaceted way that the real-life crisis was lived. . . . It probably will not be possible again to assemble this many individuals who were in policy-making positions during the 1967 war.  The interaction among them is invaluable. . . . Only a book of this kind . . . could convey that sense of partial knowledge, sharply conflicting perspectives, irrational actions, divided governments, even the closest friends not understanding each other."--Harold H. Saunders (National Security Council staff member at the White House during the Six-Day War), Kettering Foundation

Former Ambassador Richard B. Parker gathered representatives from the Israeli, Arab, Russian, and U.S. military, government, and academe, many of whom were participants in the 1967 crisis, to reexamine the steps and missteps that led to the conflict.  Developed from a State Department conference marking the 25th anniversary of the war, this analysis and discussion provide the most authoritative account we have of the genesis of the Arab-Israeli war.

Contents

Origins of the Crisis:  L. Carl Brown

The United Nations Response: I. William Zartman

The Israeli Response: Bernard Reich

The Other Arab Responses: E. Ernest Dawn

The View from Washington: Donald C. Bergus

Conspiracy Theories: Richard B. Parker

Conclusions: Richard B. Parker


 

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