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The film is called â€œSix Days in June: The War That Redefined the Middle East.â€
This must be typed, double-spaced, 12 point font, 1 inch margins and NO NAMES MISPELLED. You can find all the spellings on-line somewhere Iâ€™m sure, if not in the Short History book. This should be 3-4 pages or so. The Reader (185-188) contains a summary of the War if there are issues that confuse you.
The CD is in the library. If you want to watch it on youtube.com, go there and type in Six Days in June and the first choice says Doron Pascal, length of video 1:53:51.
READ THE QUESTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU START THE MOVIE.
WARNING: IF YOU WRITE THAT GAMEL ABDEL NASSAR OR LEVI ESHKOL DIED OF A BROKEN HEART I’LL TAKE 25 POINTS OFF YOUR PAPER. PLEASE DO NOT WRITE THAT NONSENSE.
NOW CONTINUE: Do 7 or the 9 questions but tell me at the beginning of the paper which questions you are omitting.
1. Identify each of the following individuals and his role in the course of the Six Day War. What was his official role? What motivated him to act as he did?
Gamal Abdel Nasser, Field Marshal Amar, Levi Eshkol, Moshe Dayan.
2. What role did the Soviet Union play in the conflict?
3. What is the role of the United Nations and its leader U Thant?
4. Identify the different circumstances which made Israel go to war?
(military, psychological, economic)
5. What does â€œpre-emptive strikeâ€ mean? What circumstances made Israel launch a “pre-emptive strike”? What would have happened if Israel had waited until the Egyptian army entered its territory?
6. At the end of the war, Israel was three times its pre-war size. How did that happen? What territories did it capture from each of the following countries? Egypt, Jordan, Syria. Find the map in the Reader on p.205; be able to identify all the relevant areas.
7. Who controlled Jerusalem before the war? After? But listen carefully â€“ who controlled/controls the Temple Mount where the Dome of the Rock is?
8. Israelâ€™s incredible victory laid the basis for many of its current problems. HOW? What does the movie say? If this isnâ€™t clear, read Short History, 240-242 and see these websites:
http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Histor… (Good article)
and last but definitely not least is http://www.sixdaywar.org (Much more detailed but interesting!)
9. What else strikes you as you watch this documentary? About the Arab states? Israel? War? Leadership?