Israel's greatest military commander since Judas

Zabecki, David T.
April 1998
Military History;Apr98, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p62
Features the late David Daniel Marcus, the first divisional level field commander in the army of Israel. Marcus' education at the U.S. Military Academy; His background; His experience of antisemitism being a descendant of Romanian Jews; His previous posts and assignments; His work as an adviser.


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