Unlike, say, “World War I,” the “Yom Kippur War” caught on from the start and never faded. Aside from its naturalness, it has an associational richness that no other names could match.
It has also coordinated terrorist attacks.
In fact, he gave Golda Meir vital encouragement.
How Amos Ben-Gal held the line.
The myth of a shared Arab heritage.
Could the war have led to a nuclear confrontation in the midst of Watergate?
“Arab Israelis appreciate that the Jews have sent their children to war.”
Naomi Shemer’s “Let It Be.”
Stop focusing on the initial mistakes.
The fourfold increase, not the events of 1979, led to many of today’s problems.
Did it make the same mistake in Lebanon?
And might have been a double agent.
A primitive drone almost prevented the Yom Kippur War.
Daniel Kahneman, Amos Tversky, and the origins of decision theory.