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The Liberty incident : the 1967 Israeli attack on the U.S. Navy spy ship

Author: A Jay Cristol
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Brassey's, ©2002.
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Cristol disputes the conspiracy theories surrounding the 1967 Israeli attack on an allied U.S. naval ship in the waters off the Sinai Peninsula. Thirty-four Americans died, 171 were injured, and rumors began that Israel knew that the ship was flying the American flag.
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Cristol, A. Jay, 1929-
Liberty incident.
Washington, D.C. : Brassey's, ©2002
(OCoLC)606817677
Online version:
Cristol, A. Jay, 1929-
Liberty incident.
Washington, D.C. : Brassey's, ©2002
(OCoLC)607055498
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: A Jay Cristol
ISBN: 157488414X 9781574884142 1574885367 9781574885361
OCLC Number: 49249144
Description: xx, 295 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Roll in on target --
The two-month crisis --
Why was the Liberty in harm's way? --
The Liberty targeted --
The air and sea attacks --
In the aftermath --
Friendly fire kills --
Survivor's perceptions --
Conspiracy theories --
Tall tales vs. reality --
Did Dayan order it? --
America investigates --
Israel investigates --
Television's perspective --
Red herrings and myths --
Final analysis --
Epilogue --
In memoriam --
Appendix 1: Official investigations of the Liberty incident --
Appendix 2: Israel Air Force audiotapes.
Responsibility: A. Jay Cristol.
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Drawing on recently declassified documents, as well as on extensive oral history interviews, A. Jay Cristol delivers a comprehensive treatment of the episode that threatened to ruin Israel's  Read more...

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After years of research for this book, Judge A. Jay Cristol has reached a similar conclusion to one my father reached in his June 18, 1967, endorsement of the findings of the court of inquiry. I Read more...

 
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