A WARRIOR'S WAY:Israel's Greatest Tank Commander Relives His Battles
by Avigdor Kahalani
Share the anguish and exhilaration as this heroic tank commander hurls you into the front lines.i
Badly burned in his tank in the six day war of 1967, Kahalani went on to lead a battalion of tanks in a miraculous defense against the Syrian onslaught in the Yom Kippur War. He received the distinguished service medal and the rarely issued medal of valor.i
Makes the military miracle of Israel's survival come vividly to life.
-I. E. Mozeson, co-author of War of the Jewsi
Brigadier General Avigdor Kahalani is a famous war hero, as well as a distinguished Israeli military writer. His previous work, The Heights of Courage, is an outstanding narrative of the modern battlefield experiance. It describes a single critical struggle in October, 1973, that lasted only a few days but in which the survival of the Jewish state hung in the balance. In A Warrior's Way, Kahalani writes a more intimate, philosophical work, exploring the nature of the fighting man and the realities of combati
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? 423 pages