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Soldier in the SinaiA General's Account of the Yom Kippur War$

Emanuel Sakal

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780813150802

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: January 2015

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813150802.001.0001

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(p.475) Appendix 6 The Strongholds: Manpower, Casualties, and Fate

(p.475) Appendix 6 The Strongholds: Manpower, Casualties, and Fate

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Soldier in the Sinai
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Stronghold

Manpower on Oct. 6

Number of Tankers Added

Rescue Attempt?

Under Attack?

Killed and Missing

POWs

Rescued

Time of Evacuation

Time of Surrender

Traklin

6

Budapest

63

8

Yes

3

Not evacuated

Did not surrender

Orkal A

20

8

Yes

Yes

39

19

5

07:17:00

Orkal B

17

With Orkal A

07:17:00?

Orkal C

19

With Orkal A

07:17:00

Lahtsanit

17

Yes

9

8

Derora

19

Yes

Under fire

3

1

15

07:14:30

Ketuba

21

Yes

Under fire

2

19

17:14:00

Milano

28

15

Yes

Yes

13

6

24

07:23:30–08:06:00

Mifreket

16

Yes

Yes

5 (4?)

6 (7?)

5

07:17:00

Hizayon

20

Yes

12

8

09:09:00

Purkan

33

Yes

Yes

33

09:02:30

Matsmed

34

Yes

Yes

2

32

09:08:00

Lakekan

10

Yes

10

07:17:00

Botser

26

12 + 12

Yes

Under fire

40

09:02:00

Lituf

29

Yes

Yes

18

11

07:13:30 (attempt)

07:13:30

Mefatseyach

28

Yes

5

23

08:14:00

Nisan (Hakfar)

20

Yes

10

10

09:15:00

Masrek

30

16

Yes

Yes

5

37

13:11:00

Egrofit

5

Yes

5

06:19:00

Source: Zeev Eitan, “‘Dovecote'—Planning and Execution in the Test of Fire,” Maarachot 276–77 (October–November 1980): 48. The data on the number of soldiers are slightly different from those in the book The Yom Kippur War, October 1973 (14th Brigade Internal Document, October 1975).

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