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Micha Bar Am - LEBANON. Beirut. 1982.
LEBANON. In the fall of 1982, Defence Minister Ariel SHARON at the head of the forces entering Lebanon, is seen here in Ba'abda, south of Beirut, leaning over h
LEBANON. An elderlery Lebanese man watering his garden near wreckage from the fighting during the Israeli invasion along the Damascus Road in Beirut. 1982.
LEBANON. June 1982. Refugees during the Israeli raid into Lebanon making their way south.
LEBANON. Beirut. August 1982. An Israeli soldier inside the destroyed National Museum at a defence post, which had a Russian made Syrian DUSHKA machine gun.The ...
LEBANON. Israeli soldiers training in front line position in Beirut, during the 'ceasefire'. 1982
LEBANON. Refugees leaving West Beirut in a pick-up truck for a safer zone out of the war area. 1982.
LEBANON. Beirut. An Israeli soldier dashing across the "Muslim" passage sheltering from fire, he was part of the Israeli troops that raided into Lebanon in June
LEBANON. A column of Israeli armored personnel carriers runs into a PLO ambush east of Sidon. 1982.
LEBANON. Beirut. A firing post in the barricaded part of the former National Archeological Museum. 1982.
LEBANON. Beirut. Israeli soldiers saying their morning prayers near the Green line. August 1982.
LEBANON. Beirut. Israeli troops loading on a truck hundreds of weapons captured from the Fatah fighters 1982.
LEBANON. June 6th, 1982. An Israeli armored column advances into Lebanon. The three pronged attack was aimed at destroying the main military bases of the Palest...
LEBANON. Beirut. The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) firing position at Ba'abda near Beirut during shelling of terrorist positions. 1982.
LEBANON. Beirut. Ashrafiya Christian quarter. A car bomb explosion outside the Alexander Hotel. 1982.
LEBANON. Beirut. June 1982. Israeli soldiers find a 200 meter long tunnel full of PLO (Palestinian Liberation Organisation) arms and ammunition.
LEBANON. Sidon. July 1982. Palestinian woman showing the photo of her missing son during the fighting.
LEBANON. Israeli soldiers and their armored vehicles resting in the city that they have occupied. August 1982.
LEBANON. Palestinian refugees in Sidon. July 1982.
LEBANON. Israeli column advances towards Beirut (north), and traffic of Lebanese civilians fleeing out of the zone towards the south. June 1982.
LEBANON. Beirut. June 1982. Ariel SHARON, Israeli Defence Minister, with Israeli Generals and a Lebanese liaison officer (on telephone), when Sharon first arriv
LEBANON. Sidon. 1982. Arab women watching Israeli military trucks making their way towards Beirut.
LEBANON. June 1982. Lebanese citizens line up at the new military Governor's office in Sidon.
LEBANON. June 1982. The result of the Israili raids on the southern region near Tyre.
LEBANON. June 1982. Rashidiya/Lebanon. An Israeli army father meets up with his son a conscript, during the Israeli Armed Forces invasion of Lebanon.
LEBANON. Beirut. In the fall of 1982, Defence Minister Ariel SHARON at the head of the forces entering Lebanon. 1982.
LEBANON. Biqfaya village. September 1982. An unidentified mourner throws himself upon the coffin of Lebanon's murdered President Bashir JMAYEL during the funera
LEBANON. June 1982. The constant move of Lebanese refugees, shuttling between the war zone (Beirut mostly), and southern villages and back to safer areas.They a
LEBANON. Sidon. Damage being cleared up after fighting while girl carries her grocery home. 1982.
LEBANON. Ariel SHARON (as minister of Defence) with Israeli generals and Lebanese officers. 1982. Left, General Amos YARON. On the right of Sharon, General Yoss
LEBANON. Beirut. Jesus effigy on a poster. 1982.
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