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  1. First Day of the Six Day War (Day That Made History Series) by Heather Bleaney, Richard Lawless, 1990-03
  2. Volunteers, six-days plus. (History).(in Israel just after the Six Day War): An article from: Midstream by Michael A. Zimmerman, 2003-05-01
  3. Six Days of War: June, 1967 and the Making of the Modern Middle East - Military History: The Masterpiece Library by Michael B. Oren, 2005
  4. The Six-Day War and World Jewry.(Book Review): An article from: American Jewish History by Andrew Furman, 2002-03-01
  5. Retaliatory raids as an accelerating factor leading to the six-day war.(Report): An article from: The Historian by Moshe Gat, 2008-09-22
  6. The First Day's Battle of Gettysburg (Civil War History, Vol. 6, No. 3, September 1960) by Warren W., Jr. Hassler, 1960
  7. Refaat Al-Gammal: Six-Day War, Bar Lev Line, Yom Kippur War, Moshe Dayan, Ezer Weizman
  8. Richard Nolte: Institute of Current World Affairs, Six- Day War, United Arab Republic, President of Egypt, Ambassador
  9. Conflict in the Middle East after the Six-Day War of 1967: An entry from UXL's <i>Middle East Conflict Reference Library</i>
  10. 40 years is enough.(Six Day War anniversary): An article from: New Internationalist by James Robertson, 2007-05-01
  11. Only "Road Map" for Israel's Salvation, The: How Israel's Self-Complacence in the Aftermath of the Six Day War Is Bound to Risk Her Future Survival by Arnon Rieger, 2003-09
  12. Six Days of War: Library Edition by Michael B. Oren, 2003-06
  13. The Six-Day War (War and Conflict in the Middle East) by Matthew Broyles, 2004-03
  14. The War of Attrition.(1967 Six-Day War): An article from: Midstream by David Rodman, 2001-07-01

41. ALTON - Mount Macedon
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Welcome to Alton Alton is located at Mount Macedon, approximately 50 kilometres north west of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. The 26 acre hill station property includes a 10 acre botanical garden, a large Venetian-gothic house built in the 1870's and a small farm, all of which is being carefully restored by the owners, the Eshuys family. On this website you will find information about visiting Alton , the history of the property, photos of the beautiful garden and house in all seasons, and detailed information about the garden, including a list of the trees growing at Alton. We will be soon offering group bookings for garden tours at Alton including gourmet morning tea and lunch. ALTON is Closed in 2006, returning 2007 with Australia's Open Garden Scheme. The garden is open from 10:00 am to 4:30pm. Adult entrance fee is $7.50. Alton's famous courtyard cafe will be open, featuring food supplied by Sitka Foodstore and Cafe. Treat yourself and your family after a walk through our beautiful garden.

42. DVD: Battlefield Detectives: The Six-Day War (DVD) With The History Channel (Pro
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43. Battle Of Ammunition Hill - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (June 2008) Battle of the Ammunition Hill Part of Six Day War
A trench on the Ammunition Hill, with the police academy seen in the background, Jerusalem, 1967. Date June 6, 1967 Location 31°47′58″N 35°13′41″E 31.79944°N 35.22806°E Ammunition Hill ... Ammunition Hill
Ammunition Hill, North-East Jerusalem Result Israeli victory Belligerents Israel Jordan Commanders and leaders Mordechai Gur
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Strength Reinforced company About 150 soldiers Casualties and losses 37 killed 71 killed v d e Six-Day War ... Abu-Ageila Ammunition Hill Old City Augusta-Victoria Jordanian campaign USS Liberty incident ... Waiting period Ammunition Hill Hebrew Giv'at HaTahmoshet ) was a military post in the northern part of Jordanian controlled East Jerusalem , and the site of one of the fiercest battles of the Six Day War
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Ammunition Hill was located across from a police academy , with a fortified trench connecting them. The site was built by the British during their

44. BBC ON THIS DAY | Front Page
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45. Jarring Mission - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search The Jarring Mission refers to efforts undertaken by Gunnar Jarring to achieve a peaceful settlement of the conflict between Israel and its Arab neighbors following the Six-Day War in . He was appointed on 23 November 1967 by United Nations Secretary General U Thant , as Special Envoy under the terms of UN Security Council Resolution 242 to negotiate the implementation of the resolution. The governments of Israel Egypt Jordan and Lebanon recognized Jarring's appointment and agreed to participate in his shuttle diplomacy, although they differed on key points of interpretation of the resolution. The government of Syria rejected Jarring's mission on grounds that total Israeli withdrawal was a prerequisite for further negotiations. After denouncing it in 1967, Syria "conditionally" accepted the resolution in March 1972. Jarring's report was presented to the public on 4 January 1971. On February 8, he submitted to the Egyptian and Israeli governments his most detailed plan for an Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty, which was rejected by the Israeli government. The talks continued under Jarring's auspices until 1973, but bore no results. After 1973, the Jarring mission was replaced by bilateral and multilateral peace conferences.

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47. History Of The Israel Defense Forces - 1956-1966
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49. Jordanian: Information From
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50. CAMERA: Committee For Accuracy In Middle East Reporting In America
BBC Radio Adopts the Arab Narrative of the SixDay-War History is written by the victors, the famous dictum goes, except, apparently, when it comes to BBC's coverage of the Arab

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52. Purple Line (border): Facts, Discussion Forum, And Encyclopedia Article
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line between Israel Israel Israel , officially the State of Israel , is a country in Western Asia located on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea. It borders Lebanon in the north, Syria in the northeast, Jordan and the West Bank in the east, the Gaza Strip and Egypt on the southwest, and contains geographically diverse...
and Syria Syria Syria , officially the Syrian Arab Republic , is a country in Western Asia, bordering Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea to the West, Turkey to the north, Iraq to the east, Jordan to the south, and Israel to the southwest....
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53. St. Patrick's Day — Articles, Video, Pictures And Facts
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54. Six Day War Competition - At Zionism, Israel And Me
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Provides background information on the shamrock, the claddagh, leprechauns, and the Blarney Stone. Also includes photos of the Blarney Stone.
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The Legend of the Shamrock It was on the lush hillsides of Co. Armagh that Patrick, as a young Bishop in the year 432 AD plucked the tiny shamrock from anonymity and used it to illustrate the Mystery of the Blessed Trinity to the Ancient High Kings of Ireland, thus elevating the Shamrock to its present status of Ireland's National Emblem. The plant has been grown close to the Ancient Monastic Settlement of the Sceillig Rock in Co. Kerry where Irish still thrives as the National Living Language.
Story of the Shamrock A little bit of shamrock Is a little bit of home So wear it on St. Patrick's day No matter where you roam In New York or Boston city The meanin's just the same Shamrock stands for Ireland Wear it in St. Patrick's name

56. Purple Line (ceasefire Line) In Encyclopedia
The purple line was the ceasefire line between Israel and Syria after the 1967 Six Day War. History. Syria gained independence from France in 1946 and on May 14, 1948 the British withdrew

57. St. Patrick's Day - Life Of Patrick Of Ireland, Links
Provides history on life of Saint Patrick and links.
ST. PATRICK'S DAY honors the patron saint of Ireland. PATRICK OF IRELAND'S LIFE Patrick was born in Britain. His father was a wealthy alderman and a Christian. Pirates captured Patrick at the age of 16, during a raid and sold him as a slave in Ireland. During this time, Patrick dedicated himself to religion. He was a slave for 6 years, and then escaped back to his home of Britain. Patrick's experiences in Ireland made him driven by the idea of converting the Irish to Christianity. He studied in the monastery of Lerins, on an island off the southeast coast of France. Patrick also went to Auxerre, France, and studied religion under Saint Germanus, a French bishop. His religious superiors were reluctant to let him return to Ireland as a missionary, because of his inadequate education. But Palladius, the first Irish missionary bishop, died in 431. Pope Celestine I then sent Patrick to Ireland. No one had ever preached Christianity in northern and western Ireland,so this is where Patrick began his work. He gained the trust and friendship of several tribal leaders and soon made many converts. Patrick founded more than 300 churches and baptized more than 120,000 people. He brought in clergymen for his new churches from England and France. Patrick preached in Ireland the rest of his life. Patrick was chiefly responsible for converting the Irish people to Christianity. He became known as the Apostle to the Irish. His name in Latin is Patricius. Patrick wrote CONFESSION in his later years, an account of his spiritual development, to justify his mission to Ireland. This, along with his other writings, are the most important sources of information about his life and work.

58. Jerusalemites Celebrate Reunification - Inside Israel - Israel News - Israel Nat
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59. St. Patrick's Day — Articles, Video, Pictures And Facts
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60. Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Six-Day War
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Background Dramatis personae: The 1956 Suez War had ended with the defeat of the Egyptian forces. The US forced Israel to withdraw from the Sinai Peninsula and return it to Egypt which in exchange had agreed to stop sending guerrillas into Israeli territory. As a result, the border with Egypt quietened for a while. No Arab state had yet recognized Israel's right to exist. According to some, Israel's long-term perspectives seemed rather dim, as its survival was only caused by the absence of accord between Egypt, Syria and Jordan , who were backed by the Soviet Union (the former two) or Britain (the latter), while Israel received little foreign support whatsoever (except significant German restitution payments and funds from the international

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