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The Middle East Conflicts From 1945 to the Present by John Pimlott

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The army 'f* intact for the anticipated battle against the British end, i» r Israeli flag in many of and French. -; r /^\y^ z^b lj^ v. their battles in the penin- were to help the withdrawal and to buy time. • sula the Israelis attacking the retreating troops from the flank, that the Egyptian resis- ««/' ri ; i art. * Y^5 Abu Aweigila was aimed. The deployment of the two armoured brigades at Bir Gifgafa and Bir Rod Salem was intended to support this battle by tance at I^^B^H^aJfc ll t r: r - -^-ttfr i wk 6 44 THE SINAI CAMPAIGN OF 1 9S Left The : Abu Aweigila assault at the major action of the Sinai Abu Aweigila that with attackers and defenders giving The had.

The only consolation for Israel was that the IDF had gained invaluable experience, particularly in the deserts and mountains of Sinai. It was to prove useful in 1967. Nationalism and 5. Revolution. 1956-67 Although Egyptian forces were severely mauled in the Suez Campaign of 1956, Nasser emerged triumphant. The AngloFrench intervention on the side of Israel had transformed Nasser's personal position from one of being yet another military ruler into a national leader although at times this was to him.

The 9th Infantry Brigade was to start its advance on Sharm el Sheikh on 1 November. the Mitla Pass, were Axes of advance The Israeli invasion forces attacked on tour axes ot advance, following the four The units were one for each of the axes. The northern axis was assigned to Group 77, consisting of the 1st and 11th Infantry Brigades and the 27th Armoured Brigade, and followed the line Gaza Strip - El Arish - El Qantara. The central axis (Al Auja - El Quseima roads across the peninsula. grouped into Abu task forces, Aweigila - Bir Gifgafa - Ismailiya) was assigned to Group 38, composed of the 7th and 37th Armoured Brigades and the 4th and 10th Infantry Brigades.

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