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Air Combat During Arab-Israeli Wars (Paperback)

Aviation Military > Modelling

Imprint: Kagero
Series: Library of Armed Conflicts
Pages: 172
ISBN: 9788365437495
Published: 15th June 2017



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The book shows the major role of aviation in the armed conflicts of the 20th century using the example of the Israeli-Arab Wars. It presents the primacy of the effectiveness of modern Israeli aviation, which is generally equipped with state of the art equipment and well-trained personnel, on Arab aviation which was based primarily on numbers rather than quality. In these activities, Israel has shown the perfect example of “Blitzkrieg” strategy which within a few hours enabled it to annihilate the more numerous Arab forces with its modern and well-trained aviation. It also describes the history of the rise of Israeli aviation, including its many Polish-related topics.

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