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Six-Day War

Six-Day War (‘June War’, 1967) Third of the Arab-Israeli Wars. Israeli forces, led by Moshe Dayan, rapidly defeated the four Arab states (Egypt, Jordan, Syria, and Iraq). Israel gained control of the old city of Jerusalem, Jordanian territory on the West Bank (of the River Jordan), the Golan Heights and the Sinai Peninsula, including the Gaza Strip.

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Six-Day War

Six-Day War: see Arab-Israeli Wars.

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