Forty-one years ago, the soldiers of the 401st
Armored Brigade bravely fought in Sinai,
stopping the infiltration of Egyptian forces
into Israel during the Yom Kippur War.
One of those soldiers, Lieutenant Colonel
(Res.) Avi Gur, then a young officer fighting
in the southern front, documented the war
with his Olympus Pen EE.2 camera. In a
special interview with the IDF Blog,
Avi shares both experiences and photos
from the front line of the war and tells of
the bravery and victory of the IDF’s soldiers.
One such officer was Dean Dizikes,
who orchestrated the evacuation of
450 Americans from Egypt during
the Yom Kippur War. On October 6 .
- The Yom Kippur War of October 1973 was
- a terrible surprise, which put Israel's
- security - and even survival - in jeopardy.
- By the end of the war, Israel had turned ...
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tiny nation on the Holiest of
Holy days - Yom Kippur. Do you ...
Wind farm being built in Israel
A staff of the Laboratory of the Consumer Physics Society performs a test on a chocolate bar using SCIO
A staff of the Laboratory of the Consumer Physics Society takes the temperature of a tomato
Israel welcomes " China " to middle East " Under it's protection!. A visit by the Chinese workers union to Haifa
A villa nearly touching the walls of Jerusalem's
Old City, a living room facing Mount Tabor, a
duplex apartment overlooking the Haifa Bay
and a 10-story resort building on Tel Aviv's
promenade are only a few of the houses
across Israel that will take your breath away.
The CIA's view of Six Day War
Israeli 'Homeland' invasion
Photos from the Syrian refugee path
A flip-flop that represents the dream - reaching Germany, but was left in Hungary.
This was someone's home, even if just temporarily. A tent blowing in the wind.
Abandoned glasses at a refugee camp in Hungary.
Someone's stuffed best friend had to be abandoned.
A baseball cap with Greek writing. Many refugees pass through Greece on their way to the northwestern parts of Europe.
A USB cable and some medicine. Even when wandering, refugees try to charge their phones and stay connected as much as possible.
Turkish currency, left behind for lack of use inside Europe. (Photo: Getty Images)
The remains of a SIM card.
Rocks left on the train tracks, perhaps as a game, perhaps out of boredom.
A toy plane and canned goods.
An Immigrant's papers, left behind. In certain cases, it's better to be without them.
A UN refugee agency blanket.
IDF course in Sarit Hadad and Zohar Argov
Noam and Lee Tal
Jonny Daniels, the head of Jewish foundation 'From the Depths' displays tombstone fragment
Excavating the Soviet plane
Aftermath of Argentine Israelite Mutual Association bombing
Michael Karkoc, accused by the Associated Press of killing women and children during the Second World War.
A mass grave in Poland where karkoc and the men he led allegedly killed women and children.
Michael Karkoc's son Andriy.
An anti-communist protest in Bucharest.
Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez, left, and the scene of the attack
The moment of the arrest
Muslim clerics and Neturei Karta members at the protest
Tunisian authorities on the beach of Sousse.
The scene of the attack in France.
A normal day on Tunisia's beach.
The same beach being roped off after Friday's attack.
The Jewish restaurant, attacked in 1982.
Forsane Alizza Mohammed Achamlane in 2011
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