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By Samuel M. Katz

The Six-Day conflict enormously altered the political and armed forces complexion of the center East: 3 Arab armies lay in damage, whereas Israel completed nearby superpower prestige. The Arab reaction to defeat was once a thirst for revenge, and the method of regrouping to release the 1973 conflict was once the closest the Arab global might come to real team spirit. This booklet examines the post-1973 improvement of the armies of Egypt, Jordan and Syria, in addition to the Palestinian guerrilla and terrorist teams. sponsored by way of photos and color illustrations, this e-book additionally information the unique army and political roles of the armies' elite units.

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Each man was issued with a second tunic campaign, carefully examined by Brunon. Flannel sashes, of blue or, usually, red, were often worn. The 1860 regulations reached their nadir of folly below the waist. Huge crimson pantalon a le chasseur were issued, modelled on those of the Chasseurs of Napoleon Ill's Guard; they reached to mid-calf, where they fastened to light brown leather leggings. These awkward and pointless items, which were edged with dark leather and laced up the side, overlapped at the top of the ankle the 1855 white cloth half-gaiters.

The mules were taught to drink from the smaller spout. 37. Legionnaire, probably VI/1" RE, Casablanca: From a photograph, Illustrated London News, 21 September 1907; this is a composite of two soldiers. Note neck-flap tucked under kepi, old-fashioned gaiters, an old rectangular canteen, Lebel and 1888 pouches. artillery 'bissacs' in 53 Plate 11: Campaign Dress, Morocco, 1907 54 Plate 12: Campaign Dress, North 55 Africa, 1903-11 . but with ranking in the form of flat gold and 1871 supressed the crimson piping on the tunic; it likely that this order may have been delayed in the observance until old tunics were worn out; or braid rings round the cuffs.

Grenadier, summer marching order, mid-1850s: From Benigni, L d'O(l); we have given him a plainer and probably more typical belly-pouch. Note the 1850 bonnet de police a visiere, grenade decorations on red ecussons, 1845 belt equipment, and pack percussion musket. The belly-pouch is still worn along with the regulation rear pouch. The barda includes an individual tent (these were first made by cutting open the sac a campement) and an issue pole. The ten-litre squad 'boutheon' was peculiar to African-based troops at this time.

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