JPost exclusive: An inside look at the Yom Kippur War

To mark the 40th anniversary of the war, Abraham Rabinovich presents a special three-part series on the 19 days that changed a nation.

September 3, 2013 19:56
IDF soldiers move through the Sinai toward the Suez Canal during the Yom Kippur War.

yom kippur war soldiers 370. (photo credit: IDF Archives)


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Beginning in our Erev Rosh Hashana edition,  the Jerusalem Post is marking the 40th anniversary of the Yom Kippur War with a special three-part series.

The writer, Abraham Rabinovich, is author of The Yom Kippur War (Schocken), based on more than 100 interviews and official documents. It has been hailed by critics as the most dramatic and comprehensive work on the subject.

These articles, available only on The Jerusalem Post's Premium Zone, analyze what went wrong and offer a vivid description of Israel's reversal of fortunes on the battlefield.

The second and third installments will be published in the coming weeks.

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