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File:Yom Kippur War map-2.png

Description Self-made line drawing of a map Israel's ceasefire lines with its neighboring countries after its establishment (1949), after the Six Day War (June 1967) and the last front line after Yom Kippur War (late October 1973). After the latter. Author: User:Raul654 Source of line drawing: Now-deleted image Image:Jom kippur war.jpg, which was originally uploaded to the polish Wikipedia at -- Ministerstwo Spraw Zagranicznych Izraela, za zgodÄ… Ambasady Izraela w Polsce. -- Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel, with the permission of Israel Embassy in Poland
Date 2010-12-02 11:02 (UTC)
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Applications-graphics.svg This is a retouched picture, which means that it has been digitally altered from its original version. Modifications: Israeli territory before the Six day war is the same as after. The original can be viewed here: Yom_Kippur_War_map.svg. Modifications made by User:Personal tools * Supreme Deliciousness.

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