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The Routledge Atlas of the Arab Israeli Conflict traces not only the tangled and bitter history of the Arab Jewish struggle from the early twentieth century to the present, including the death of Yasser Arafat and recent proposals for compromise and co operation, it also illustrates the current moves towards finding peace, and the efforts to bring the horrors of the fighting to an end through negotiation and agreed boundaries In 227 maps, the complete history of the conflict is revealed, including The Prelude and Background to the Conflict from the presence of Jews in Palestine before the Arab conquest to the attitude of Britain to the Arabs and Jews since 1915 The Jewish National Home from the early Jewish settlement and the Zionist plan for Palestine in 1919 to the involvement of the Arab world from 1945 to the present day The Intensification of the Conflict from the Arab response to the United Nations partition plan of November 1947 to the declaration of Israeli independence in May 1948 The State of Israel from the Israeli War of Independence and the Suez and Six Day Wars to the October War the Yom Kippur War , the first and second intifadas, the suicide bomb campaign, the Israel Hezbollah War of 2006, Operation Cast lead against the Gaza Strip in 2009, the Gaza Flotilla of 2012 and Nakba Day 2011 The Moves to find Peace from the first and second Camp David talks and the death of Arafat, to the continuing search for peace, including the Annapolis Conference, 2007, the work of the Quartet Emissary, Tony Blair 2007 2011, and the ongoing Palestinian search for statehood....

Title : The Routledge Atlas of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Routledge Historical Atlases)
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ISBN : 0415699762
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Routledge 10 edition April 7, 2012
Number of Pages : 240 pages
File Size : 895 KB
Status : Available For Download
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The Routledge Atlas of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Routledge Historical Atlases) Reviews

  • Mark W. Fischer
    2020-01-08 11:22

    Martin Gilbert traces the Arab-Israeli conflict back as far as the reigns of King David and King Solomon by showing the size and scope of the lands under their control all the way to the 1990’s. If the reader was expecting a narrative book on the Arab-Israeli conflict, then this book is not for you. This is a book of maps; 146 maps total. Each map covers a specific space of time; for example map 1 is titled, “The Jews of Palestine before the Arab conquest 1000 BC -636 AD. The map is lined out with various demarcations showing areas of control for specific times and at least one narrative box with a concise explanation of the information being described by the map.

  • malka baruk
    2019-12-30 13:20

    Gilbert never dissapoints.

  • G J Howes
    2019-12-22 13:37

    If you love Israel and the Jewish people, you will appreciate this read. What amazing and courageous people.

  • malka baruk
    2020-01-18 09:10

    Gilbert never dissapoints.

  • Sergio E. Pages
    2020-01-15 07:25

    I have been reading different books on the Arab-Israeli conflict and I found this book very helpful in visualizing not only maps but also key dates in the history of this conflict.

  • Robert Wintermeier
    2019-12-28 06:22

    Great timetable illustrated by detailed maps and explanations from the Ottoman Empire split-up to today, Colorful maps.

  • SK
    2020-01-01 12:26

    Sir Martin Gilbert, the official biographer of Winston Churchill, has produced numerous books of this type. As usual, the maps are clear and the notes included on each one are informative, accurate, and enlightening.

  • James J. Fry
    2020-01-17 08:15

    The book was ok, but it did not come in on time and I therefore did not get a chance to really use it. I needed it before I left the country, but it did not come in until almost 2 weeks after I left.