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by Uzi Narkiss

eBook Soldier of Jerusalem download ISBN: 0853033498
Author: Uzi Narkiss
Publisher: Vallentine Mitchell (February 11, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 250
ePub: 1893 kb
Fb2: 1301 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Biography
Subcategory: Leaders and Notable People

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His Jerusalem commander Uzi Narkiss challenged him: what if Jordan attacked Mount Scopus? .

His Jerusalem commander Uzi Narkiss challenged him: what if Jordan attacked Mount Scopus? ‘In that case,’ replied Dayan drily, ‘bite your lip and hold the line!’ Nasser already believed he had won a bloodless victory but the Egyptians continued to plan their attack in Sinai. In Jerusalem, General Narkiss waited nervously, fearful that the Jordanians would take the vulnerable Mount Scopus and encircle the 197,000 Jews in west Jerusalem, but he was hoping that the Jordanians would make only a symbolic contribution to the Egyptian war. Just after 8 . the air-raid sirens rang.

Uzi Narkiss (Hebrew: עוזי נרקיס; January 6, 1925 – December 17, 1997) was an Israeli general. Narkiss was commander of the Israel Defense Forces units in the Central Region during the 1967 Six-Day War. Narkiss appears in the famous photograph of Defense Minister Moshe Dayan flanked by Chief of Staff Yitzhak Rabin and himself, taken in the Old City of Jerusalem shortly after its capture from Jordanian forces in the war.

Satellite map of Jerusalem Hybrid map of Jerusalem. Uzi Narkiss - Amihai Paglin.

Uzi Narkiss (Jerusalem, 6 January 1925 - Jerusalem, 17 December 1997), was an Israeli soldier and general, who served as commander of the Israel Defense Forces units in the Central Region during the Six Day War. Narkiss appears in the famous photograph of Defense Minister Moshe. Narkiss appears in the famous photograph of Defense Minister Moshe Dayan flanked by Chief of Staff Yitzhak Rabin and himself, taken in the Old City of Jerusalem shortly after its capture from Jordanian forces in the 1967 Six Day War. Early life and career.

Uzi Narkiss was an Israeli general

Uzi Narkiss was an Israeli general.

Indeed, during the 1967 war, General Shlomo Goren, the chief rabbi of the IDF, had told Chief of Central Command Uzi Narkiss that, shortly after Israel’s conquest of Jerusalem’s Old City, the moment had come to blow up the Al-Aqsa mosque and the Dome of the Rock. Do this and you will go down in history, Goren told Narkiss. According to Tom Segev’s book 1967, Goren felt that the site’s destruction could only be done under the cover of war: Tomorrow might be too late. Narkiss rejected Goren’s request, but did approve the razing of Jerusalem’s Moroccan quarter.

This is the autobiography of one of the leading military figures in Israeli history. Having grown up in Mandatory Jerusalem, the author relates how the second generation of Israeli 'pioneers' contributed their resources to the building of the state by applying themselves to the young country's defense. The book culminates in his role as commander of the 'liberation' of Jerusalem in 1967.