History of War

1973 YOM KIPPUR WAR

01 ZERO HOUR

At 1405hr on 6 October 1973, the Syrians launched their three-pronged attack on the Golan Heights, following the main roads. Advancing along these roads allowed the Israelis to concentrate their defences, and partially negated the overwhelming Syrian advantage

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