June 5, 1967 surrounded by enemies, Israel had to fight or face destruction. Outnumbered nearly three to one by armaments and troops, the State of Israel hung in the balance. As tensions mounted, the Israelis developed a top secret battle plan that involved every man, woman and child in their small country. The name of the plan was Strike Zion. The Israeli leaders knew that if they didnâ€™t destroy their enemies within ten days, the Arabâ€™s superior numbers would spell defeat. With total surprise, the Israeli airforce attacked Arab air bases and nearly immobilized opposition air power. The tank battle that followed was the biggest in history and before the end of the sixth day. Israel had overrun its enemies and destroyed their forces. The Six Day War remains one of the most important battles of recent history and one of the great military victories of all time. This historic film production was created for Canadian television shortly after the Six Day War. Their film crew was the only one allowed behind the lines. They captured fascinating images of a people fighting enemies on all sides and present a documentary of rare balance and insight. Nearly forty years after it was made, this film still provides a comprehensive understanding of one of the most important conflicts of recent time.