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Battle of the Chinese Farm

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مشاهد أجنبية لم تذاع من قبل لمعركة المزرعة الصينية 1973 the battle of the Chines Farm

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The Battle of the Chinese Farm took place during October 15 to October 17, 1973 between the Egyptian Army and the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), as part of the Yom Kippur War. It was fought in the Sinai Peninsula, north of the Great Bitter Lake and just east of the Suez Canal, near an Egyptian agricultural research station. The farm was using specialized Japanese-made machinery that had Kanji characters on them, so Israeli military maps labeled the area as 'Chinese Farm'. The battle began when the IDF launched Operation Abiray-Lev, attempting to establish a corridor to the canal and allow bridges to be laid for a crossing. Accordingly, the Israelis attacked Egyptian forces in and around the Chinese Farm.
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  • Background 

  • Operation Abirey-Lev 

  • Battle 

  • Aftermath