A Letter From The Publisher: Jun. 9, 1967

NOT only were Arab and Israeli soldiers eyeball to eyeball in the Middle East last week, but the press was lens to lens. Photographers would drive down from Tel Aviv to the Gaza Strip and aim their long-range cameras across the line to where Egyptian troops had replaced the U.N. forces. Often as not, they would sight right into the long-range cameras of photographers on the opposite side, shooting the other way. The Middle East is a place where the smallest distances can mark in superable barriers, and the only way to cover the situation is to have men on both...

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