What areas were conquered by the Israeli Army in the Six Day War?
The Golan Heights from Syria, the Sinai Peninsula from Egypt, the Gaza Strip from Lebanon, and the West Bank from Jordan.
She was trained and served as a sniper in a paramilitary organisation known as the Haganah, which was a precursor to the modern day Israeli Defence Force. She saw combat in the 1948 Israeli War of Independence.
It's an "underground" Israeli Army trick....we used to do that when there were drills planned for the next day, it worked for some of us...but there are smarter people that should answer the question It's an "underground" Israeli Army trick....we used to do that when there were drills planned for the next day, it worked for some of us...but there are smarter people that should answer the question
Present-day Saudi Arabia and the countries around Saudi Arabia; present-day Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Cortes and his men conquered the Aztec empire, which was in present-day Mexico.
Victory over Europe when the US army and it's allies conquered the occupying forces of Germany
Many areas and bases reverted to towns and villages again. Some, such as on Salisbury Plain, are still in British Army use.
It depends on the war. The Egyptian Army has crossed into what is now Israel during the Arab-Israeli War of 1948-9 (also known as the Israeli Independence War, the Nakba, and the second half of the Jewish-Arab Engagement). The Egyptian Army crossed into de jure Israel on the 15 May 1948 and quickly overran much of the Negev Desert. Israel eventually expelled Egypt from most of the former British Mandate of Palestine with the exception… Read More
He conquered much of present day Mexico.
Israel gained independence through victory in the Arab-Israeli War of 1948-1949 and the Six-Day took place in 1967. The only relationship that the Six Day War has to Israeli independence is that the Six Day War preserved Israeli independence and prevent the Arab countries from conquering it.
Although Augustus had many military victories, the only country that he conquered was Egypt. All the other areas that he pacified were territories, not countries as we know them today. The borders in ancient times were very different from today's borders. Here are some territories or areas that Augustus conquered in present day terms: the Balkan peninsula, Bulgaria, part of Hungary, part of Romania, all the countries that make up the former Yugoslavia, Switzerland, part… Read More
Yes and no. Julius Caesar conquered present day France and surrounding territories, but he never conquered England. He made two invasions of Britain, but had to withdraw both times. Yes and no. Julius Caesar conquered present day France and surrounding territories, but he never conquered England. He made two invasions of Britain, but had to withdraw both times. Yes and no. Julius Caesar conquered present day France and surrounding territories, but he never conquered England… Read More
There is no such thing. Perhaps the question refers to the Arab-Israeli Six Day War. If so, please see the Related Question below.
Although this is heavily disputed, the areas most often disputed are The West Bank, Gaza Strip and the Golan Heights. The West Bank was previously Transjordan, or sometimes referred to as Cisjordan. The Gaza Strip was captured in the 1967 Six Day War and remained Israeli when Egyptian officials did not want to take control over it as part of the 1979 Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty. The Golan Heights were captured from Syria during the same… Read More
Answer 1 Your question is one-sided. Israel is defending itself from terrorism. Did you forget that? I have friends in the Israeli army and they list for me every day the rock-throwing incidents, the bombs defused, the suicide-bombers detained, etc. Israel goes to great lengths to try to avoid collateral casualties. Answer 2 First, while the Israeli army and individual Israelis may be Jews, it is important to note that the actual two parties are… Read More
I don't know what they called the people they conquered, but they conquered most of the land surrounding the Mediterranean, Gaul, or present-day France, the islands of Sicily and Corsica, parts of present-day Turkey, Israel and Lebanon, and Carthage, or present-day Tunisia. They probably conquered more than that, but I forgot it. :)
No. It continues to this day.
Army Day is A Day of Remembrance for Guatemala.
The causes for the Arab-Israeli Conflict have not changed since 1973. Please see the Related Questions below. What are the causes of the Arab-Israeli Conflict? What are the causes of the Arab-Israeli War of 1948? What are the causes of the Arab-Israeli War of 1956? What are the causes of the Arab-Israeli War of 1967 or Six-Day War? What are the causes of the Arab-Israeli War of 1967-1970 or War of Attrition? What are the… Read More
David Ben Gurion read the Israeli Declaration of Independence, but all the Jews of Israel and their allies who insured an Israeli victory in the Jewish-Arab Engagement of 1947-1949 were also responsible for Israeli Independence, because otherwise, it would just be meaningless words.
General George S. Patton was slightly out of favor with High Command. To placate him he was given charge of a massive fake army on the northeast coast of England. This involved many personal appearances by him in the local areas far from London.
The general who conquered preset day France was Julius Caesar.
The Six-Day War
It depends on what you are asking about. The Jews (Yahudi People) never captured the Great Temple in Jerusalem (Bayt al-Maqdis). They built it both the first and second times. If the question is asking how Jews conquered Jerusalem the first time, it was a fortress-city ruled by the Jebusites, who, according to the Bible, King David defeated and used as his capital city roughly 3000 years ago. If the question is asking how Israel… Read More
With a crushing Israeli military victory
Warfare or Strife - It is social push factor. However, the Six-Day War was a push factor only on the Arab Side. On the Israeli side, the Six-Day War created an economic and social pull factor resulting in Israeli Settlements.
Julius Caesar was one of the most famous Romans. He was a great dictator and ruler, and he conquered much of what is present- day Rome. whoops! He conquered much of present day France.
Which conflict involved massive Israeli premptive attack against the forces of neigboring Arab countries?
The Arab-Israeli War of 1967, which is also known as the Six Day War.
No. After Spain conquered Mexico, it eventually conquered the territories known as present-day Texas.
The Six Day War, the Arab-Israeli War of 1967, or the Naksa (only by Arabs).
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is a very complex situation and does not follow a simple "oppressor-oppressed paradigm" where Israel is the oppressor and the Palestinians are the oppressed. For every grievance listed by the Palestinians, Israelis have an explanation, contextualization, or worse grievance on point, but this question will simply state the grievances stated by the Palestinians concerning Israeli authorities. Palestinians Outside of Israel Proper (1950 Israel borders) 1) Expulsion: Israel was responsible for expelling 720,000… Read More
Israeli holidays, like Jewish holidays, are celebrated according to the Hebrew calendar which represents days from sundown to sun down. This year (2010) Israeli Independence Day is on April 20th and will be celebrated from the night of April 19th (Independence Eve) to the night of April 20th (Independence Day).
The Six Day War or the Naksa (Setback).
The first thing that the Roman army did once they had conquered an area, was to loot it (at certain times and with the permission of their commander). They closely watched those that seemed to be ring leaders of revolt. It was the job of the military to dispense justice and in some cases low ranking centurions had the responsibility of deciding legal cases. They also acted similiar to our present day police, patrolling streets… Read More
General Information It is unclear who won the war on the Egyptian-Israeli front. The United States, Western Countries, and Israel typically hold it to be an Israeli victory. The Arab Countries, including Egypt, typically hold it to be an Egyptian victory. Considering that the reason that the Arabs declared war on Israel in 1973 was to conquer Israel or at least recover the lands lost in the Six-Day War of 1967, it can be considered… Read More
No, Sandra Day O'Connor did not serve in the Army.
There was 11,000 people inthe nazi army on D-Day.
I'm guessing you mean the attack on the Israeli Olympic athletes at the Munich, Germany Olympics in September 1972. The attack was made by Palestinian terrorists, which was why they targeted the Israeli athletes. Thirty-seven years later and the Israeli-Arab conflict is no closer to resolution.
"Israelite" refers to the tribes of ancient Israel and any related persons, places, and/or objects (and other such similar contexts). "Israeli" refers to a citizen of modern day Israel.
The roman army marched 25 miles a day.
No, Salvation Army is open on Memorial Day, and many stores will participate in a Memorial Day sale.
Trajan conquered Mesopotamia (Iraq) for the Parthian (Persian) Empire and sacked the two capitals of this empire, Ctesiphon and Susa. However, his successor, Hadrian, gave Mesopotamia back to the Persians because he considered this conquest untenable and because he pursued a policy of peace. Trajan also conquered Dacia (part of modern day Romania). The Romans stayed in Dacia for 167 years. The emperor Aurelian withdrew from Dacia because he thought that it was too difficult… Read More
In the month Âbu the army of Assyria prepared for battle in Gablini and Nabopolassar went up against them. On the twelfth of the month Âbu [24 July 616] he did battle against the army of Assyria and the army of Assyria retreated before him. He inflicted a major defeat upon Assyria and plundered them extensively. He captured the Manneans, who had come to the Assyrians' aid, and the Assyrian officers. On the same day… Read More
As of today's day in 2012: 1.00 GBP = 6.38833 ILS
The second Army of Two is "Army of Two: The 40th Day"
He sailed to present day Mexico and Conquered the Aztec civilization.
The Romans conquered all of modern-day France.
The causus-belli was the Egyptian blockade of the Straits of Tiran. The first military action was the Israeli bombing of the Egyptian Airfields not long after. Depending on whether you take the Israeli or Arab perspective, either of these events could be seen as the "event that led to the Six Day War".
The Israelis and the Palestinians. To be more precise, the palestenians are represented by the Hamas and Fateh respectively and they have been fighting against the Israeli government over the occupied territory after the six day war.
its difficult to compare the two, but i think that army of two got better reviews than 40th day
It depends on how religious the particular Israeli Jew is. Most Israeli Jews are Secular Jews and therefore rarely go to synagogue more than a few times a year if that. However, a quarter of Israeli Jews are Orthodox and go to synagogue every morning and often throughout the day.