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the origins of the arab-israeli arms race

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Submitted by James Hart ,Jr. (United States), Jan 30, 2011 at 11:43

I would like to know if the french deal for 50-75mm's anit-tank and field guns was the same one as the swiss deal for 50-75mm guns ? the second question is, the 120mm mortars were they all french mortars , were they picked up off the battle-fields or were they brand new. 3rd question the finns did they sell any mortars to israel in 1948-1949, or did the finns and israelis ;;; do you know when they started joint making of a 120mm mortar? thank you Jim Hart

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