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The PLO and the Six-Day War, 1957-1967

Old City Six Day War

  1. Overview
    1. The Story, 1948-1980, MyJewishLearning.com.
  2. Primary sources
    1. Letter from Dwight D. Eisenhower to Edward L.R. Elson, July 31, 1958.
    2. Address by Israel’s Foreign Minister, Mr. Abba Eban in the United Nations Security Council, June 6, 1967.
    3. The Khartoum Resolutions, September 1, 1967.
    4. United Nations Security Council Resolution 242, Nov. 22, 1967.
  3. Newspaper articles
    1. Egyptian Troops Arrive in Syria, Oct. 14, 1957.
    2. Israelis Rout the Arabs, New York Times, June 8, 1967.
  4. Secondary sources
    1. The Arab Design for Israel’s Annihilation- The Record of Aggression, 1958-1967.
    2. Hit the Beach, Marines But Mind the Sunbathers, Alasdair Soussi, Jerusalem Report, June 10, 2008.
    3. The Six Day War, Israel Government Yearbook 1967-1968/5728, March, 1968, 166-182.
    4. August 1967, Financial Times, November 29/30 2003.
    5. Six days to remember — accurately, Jeff Jacoby, Boston Globe, June 10, 2007.
    6. And on the sixth day the world changed, Financial Times, June 1, 2007.
  5. Images
    1. Golda Meir and John F. Kennedy, Dec. 27, 1962.
    2. Holy War June 1967, London Sunday Times.
    3. Jewish gravestone from a cemetery near Mt. Zion which was used to pave an entrance to a Jordanian tented dug.
    4. Cover of Arabic Book
    5. IDF enters Jerusalem
  6. Maps
    1. Israel after 1967
  7. Websites
    1. Six Day War
    2. Israeli Conquests in 1967
    3. Six Day War Timeline
    4. Reflections on the 6 Day War 40 Years Later

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