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The last day of the Yom Kippur War, Israeli self-propelled mortars fire on the encircled Egyptian Third Army as they attempt to break out. The attempt would fail, and it wasn’t until UN brokered talks in January, 1974, that the Israelis agreed to pull their forces back across the Canal and allowing a buffer zone to be patrolled by the UN Peacekeepers, allowing for the relief of the Third Army.
(IDF)

The last day of the Yom Kippur War, Israeli self-propelled mortars fire on the encircled Egyptian Third Army as they attempt to break out. The attempt would fail, and it wasn’t until UN brokered talks in January, 1974, that the Israelis agreed to pull their forces back across the Canal and allowing a buffer zone to be patrolled by the UN Peacekeepers, allowing for the relief of the Third Army.

(IDF)



The last day of the Yom Kippur War, Israeli self-propelled mortars fire on the encircled Egyptian Third Army as they attempt to break out. The attempt would fail, and it wasn’t until UN brokered talks in January, 1974, that the Israelis agreed to pull their forces back across the Canal and allowing a buffer zone to be patrolled by the UN Peacekeepers, allowing for the relief of the Third Army.

(IDF)


   
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