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1948 ARAB-ISRAELI WAR


{| bgcolor="ABABAB" border="1" !Version 0.2.1 - June 8, 2010 |}
On 29 November 1947 the United Nations General Assembly approved a plan to resolve the Arab-Jewish conflict by partitioning Palestine into two states, one Jewish and one Arab. After the Arab rejection of this plan, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria invaded the territory of the former British Mandate of Palestine. The war concluded with the 1949 Armistice Agreements, but it did not mark the end of the Arab-Israeli conflict. Three more wars would follow.

This scanario is part of the Camp David map. The Camp David map consists of the four Arab - Israeli wars:

  • 1948 Arab-Israeli War
  • 1956 Suez Crisis
  • 1967 Six-Day War
  • 1973 Yom Kippur War

Map designed and created by Basile Lemaire. Many thanks to all the people on the tripleadev forum for helping me out!

Feedback, improvements, ideas, comments? Please e-mail me:
bas71@lemairefilm.com

Some notes on this scenario:

  • Israel is divided in 3 commands, based on Israel's military structure.
  • The Israeli territory values (PUs) include the immigration numbers.


Alliances
Israeli Arabs
Northern Command Syria
Central Command Iraq
Southern Command Jordan
Lebanon
Egypt


{| bgcolor="ABABAB" border="1" ! bgcolor="DADADA" colspan="6"|Land Units |- !Unit name !att !def !mov !PUs !special abilities |- bgcolor="BDBDBD" |Infantry |1 |2 |1 |3 |attack +1 with artillery, is mechanized |- |Artillery |2 |2 |1 |4 |gives support to 2 infantry |- bgcolor="BDBDBD" |APC |2 |2 |2 |4 |can Blitz |- |Armour |3 |3 |2 |5 |can blitz |- bgcolor="BDBDBD" |AAGun |0 |1 |1 |6 | |- |Factory |0 |0 |0 |15 | |}
{| bgcolor="ABABAB" border="1" ! bgcolor="DADADA" colspan="6"|Air Units |- !Unit name !att !def !mov !PUs !special abilities |- bgcolor="BDBDBD" |Early Fighter |3 |4 |4 |10 | |- |Fighter-Bomber |4 |2 |6 |15 |has strategic bombing, supports paratroopers |}


Version history:


  • 0.2: in development. "Shipped" with the 0.6 Yom Kippur War scenario.
  • 0.2.1: minor bug fixes.
Camp David-1948