Outnumbered and unprepared, Israel incurred unexpected, heavy losses in the first three days of the war. The Egyptians pushed into the Sinai and the Syrians conquered the Golan Heights, closing in on Israel’s population centers. The possibility of Israel losing the war was becoming increasingly real by the hour. And losing the war would likely spell the end of Israel. So, how did Israel turn the tide and stave off the greatest existential threat it had faced since its War of Independence?
Producer: OpenDor Media