Prof. Moshe Gat

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Research

European History of the 20th Century (with emphasis on Italy and Britain) 
The Great Powers and the Middle East
History of the Jewish Community of Iraq in the 19th and 20th Century

CV

 

Education:

1971 B.A. Bar Ilan University, General History and Political Science
1975 M.A. Bar Ilan University, General History
1982  Ph.D. Bar Ilan University, General History (Thesis: Italy and British Policy 1943-1945)

Publications

 

Publications since 2005:

 

 


Gat, Moshe. (2009) "Jewish Property Claims against Arab Countries", Journal of Israeli History, 28:1, 76-79  

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Gat, Moshe. In Search of a Peace Settlement: Egypt and Israel between the Wars, 1967-1973, pp. 304. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

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Gat, Moshe. "Retaliatory Raids as an Accelerating FactorLeading to the Six Day War " The Historian , vol. 70, 2008, pp. 462-485.

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Gat, Moshe. "Levi Eshkol: An Israeli Leader in the Years Leading to the Six Day War" Bar-Ilan Studies in History, , pp. 237-267. Ramat Gan, Bar-Ilan University, 2007.

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Gat, Moshe "Jewish-Arab Relations in Iraq: From the British Occupation to the Mass Exodus (1917-1951) " Immigrants and Minorities , vol. 24, 2006, pp. 300-323.

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Gat, Moshe ""Britain and the Occupied Territories after the Six Day War"" Middle East Review of International Affairs (MERIA), Vol 4:10 (Dec. 2006), pp. 1-23 , vol. 4, 2006, pp. 1-23.

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Gat, Moshe. "Change Tradition and Crisis " Studies in Judiasm, Zionism and State of Israel [in Hebrew], pp. 431-446. Ramat Gan, Bar-Ilan University Press, 2005.

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Gat, Moshe. "The Great Powers and the Water Dispute in the Middle East: A Prelude to the Six Day War " Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 41, 2005, pp. 943-967.

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Gat, Moshe. "Nassar and the Six Day War 5 June 1967: A Premeditated Strategy or an Inexorable Drift to War " Israel Affairs, vol. 14, 2005, pp. 609-636.