Forty years have passed since that Yom Kippur day in 1973 when an alarm siren shattered the personal and social routines of life in Israel. In the midst of the rising shock and panic, the independent photographer Micha Bar-Am set off to document the war. Carrying several cameras, he headed south to the Sinai Peninsula, to the heart of the battles, and begins recording.
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