2 edition of Arab armies found in the catalog.
by Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel
Written in English
|Series||Mideast security and policy studies -- no. 54, Security and policy studies -- no. 54.|
|Contributions||Merkaz Besa le-meḥḳarim asṭraṭegiyim.|
|LC Classifications||UA854 .F75 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
Arab armies perform poorly, but looking at Islamic Arab non-state groups and militias, it is obvious that they have been more efficient on the battleground. Maybe these militias and clans came as a result of the inefficiency of the Arab : Romy Haber. Armies of Sand, Kenneth M. Pollack's powerful and riveting history of Arab armies from the end of World War Two to the present, assesses these differing explanations and isolates the most important causes. Over the course of the book, he examines the combat performance of fifteen Arab armies and air forces in virtually every Middle Eastern war.
Type Arab armies IDF AFVs: Egypt, Syria and Iraq used T/85, T, T, PT, and SU/ World War II-vintage Soviet self-propelled guns. Jordan used US M47, M48, and M48A1 Patton tanks. Panzer IV, Sturmgeschütz III and Jagdpanzer IV (ex-German vehicles all used by Syria): M50 and M51 Shermans, M48A3 Patton, Centurion, AMX, M32 Tank Recovery on: Middle East. Trump’s newest Syria scam: Putting “Arab armies” in charge In his book The End of Iraq, Peter Galbraith writes that Paul Bremer, the American proconsul in Baghdad after the invasion, was absolutely convinced of the need to disband the Kurdish military force known as the peshmerga.
How Israel nearly lost the Yom-Kippur War. We have all heard the expression do not underestimate your enemy, yet that has happened so many times in Military history. Israel’s relatively easy victory over Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Iraq during the The Arab Spring had a military dimension in both its targets—regimes with a military background—and its outcomes. Where the armed forces acted in their entirety or partially sided with the protesters, regime change succeeded; where they did not, it : Gaub, Florence.
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The Arab response to defeat was a thirst for revenge, and the process of regrouping to launch the war was the nearest the Arab world would come to true unity. This book examines the post The Six-Day War drastically altered the political and military complexion of the Middle East: three Arab armies lay in ruin, while Israel achieved 4/5(12).
Over the course of the book, he examines the combat performance of fifteen Arab armies and air forces in virtually every Middle Eastern war, from the Jordanians and Syrians in to Hizballah in and the Iraqis and ISIS in /5(19).
New Book Demolishes Arab Armies of Sand This is all true–generally Muslim armies are uncoordinated, poorly trained, and cowardly. Muslims can only threaten Infidels via lying, and targeting not just civilians, but most often the most vulnerable–this is why they so love Jihad terrorism.
Armies of Sand: The Past, Present, and Future of Arab Military Effectiveness by Kenneth M. Pollack is an outstanding book by an author who has spent thirty years examining various Arab militaries.
Pollack is a former CIA analyst who has written one of the great books in the study both of the modern Middle East and modern warfare. What accounted for the collapse. Pollack says the Arab/Egyptian armies had "no understanding of combined arms operations." But, to methodically build his case over a page book, he looks at several accepted explanations for Arab military ineffectiveness.
Among those theories are: *Arabs were too wedded to Soviet doctrine and tactics. Arab Armies of the Middle East Wars (Men at Arms Series, ) by John Laffin Paperback $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon.
Sold by Julia's Book Store and ships from Amazon Fulfillment.4/5(3). In contrast to the usual manner of European warfare which he terms "face to face," Keegan depicts the early Arab armies in the Islamic era as masters of evasion, delay, and indirection.
12 Examining Arab warfare in this century leads to the conclusion that Arabs remain more successful in insurgent, or political warfare 13 —what T. Lawrence Cited by: The Great Arab Conquests covers the period from death of the Prophet Mohammed in to the beginning of the Abbasid Caliphate in We follow the victorious Arab armies as they spread from Mecca and Medina out through the Middle East into Afghanistan, The Great Arab Conquests by Hugh Kennedy is a delightful book to read, full of interesting /5.
The bulk of his book is dedicated to explaining why this is the case. He dismisses as myths the four primary explanations given for Arab military failures: the notion that Arab armies lack. The modern wars of the Middle East began inwhen the Syrians, Egyptians, Jordanians and Lebanese were unofficially at war with the Jewish settlers of Palestine.
On the 15 May, the day afer Israel was declared a sovreign state, the Arab invasion began. Between then and five wars occurred: those of ; the Sinai War; the Six-Day War; the War of Attrition and the : Arab Armies of the Middle East Wars (Men at Arms Series, ) () by Laffin, John and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(9).
The Arab response to defeat was a thirst for revenge, and the process of regrouping to launch the war was the nearest the Arab world would come to true unity. This book examines the post development of the armies of Egypt, Jordan and Syria, as well. The problem for Arab militaries, Pollack argues, is not a simple story of failure or disorganization.
Junior officers rarely exhibited initiative or flexibility, yet Arab armies tended to be good. Armies and Insurgencies in the Arab Springexplores the central problems surrounding the role of armed forces in the contemporary Arab world.
How and why do military apparatuses actively intervene in politics. One of the main aims of this book is to emphasize the role of Middle Eastern armies in the popular insurgencies that came to be known. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roubiçek, Marcel. Early modern Arab armies.
Jerusalem: Franciscan Print. Press, (OCoLC) Skip to comments. New Book Demolishes Arab Armies of Sand JIHAD WATCH ^ | AM | ANDREW HARROD Posted on 04/14/ PM PDT by robowombat. New Book Demolishes Arab Armies of Sand “Arab armed forces consistently underperformed, and underperformed in the same ways time and again, regardless of who they fought or where, the state of their politics, or.
“Overall, ‘Armies of Sand’ is an expansive and important book, which compellingly illustrates how Arab military underperformance can largely be attributed to cultural traits, reinforced by a. Arab armies were quite successful against Byzantium because, bythe Ottoman Empire had already mastered gunpowder technology through their trading relationship with the Chinese Empire.
BOOK – Armies of Sand: The Past, Present, and Future of Arab Military Effectiveness In the years since World War II, Arab militaries have routinely lost every major. There were other disappointments, of which the catastrophic defeat of the Arab armies in Palestine in was the most obvious.
Algerian independence was achieved at the cost of a remarkably hard. What a great title for a book about the lack of effectiveness of Arab armies, “ Armies of Sand: the past, present and future of Arab military effectiveness ” by Kenneth Pollack (Oxford University Press).
This is an excellent book, extremely detailed and scholarly. If you thought that the Arab armies were bad, you were wrong, they were much worse.Over the course of the book, he examines the combat performance of fifteen Arab armies and air forces in virtually every Middle Eastern war, from the Jordanians and Syrians in to Hizballah in and the Iraqis and ISIS in : OSPREY MEN-AT-ARMS ARAB ARMIES OF THE MIDDLE EAST WARS (Subject: Osprey: Men-at-Arms) Slight darkening on covers.
The modern wars of the Middle East began inwhen the Syrians, Egyptians, Jordanians and Lebanese were unofficially at war with the Jewish settlers of Palestine. On the 15 May, the Arab invasion began/5(9).