The 1989 Battle of Amgala took place on 8 November 1989, when two POLISARIO mechanized columns launched a massive attack against Moroccan troops in the Amgala region, managing to cross the Moroccan Wall and advance twenty kilometers in direction to Smara, to finally retreat to their positions in the Liberated territories. It would be the last military operation of the Western Sahara War until the 1991 Operation Rattle.

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  • The 1989 Battle of Amgala took place on 8 November 1989, when two POLISARIO mechanized columns launched a massive attack against Moroccan troops in the Amgala region, managing to cross the Moroccan Wall and advance twenty kilometers in direction to Smara, to finally retreat to their positions in the Liberated territories. It would be the last military operation of the Western Sahara War until the 1991 Operation Rattle. (en)
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  • 28 captured
  • 250 killed , 350 wounded (POLISARIO claim)
  • 45 killed (Morocco claim)
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  • Morocco
  • SADR
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  • 1989-11-08 (xsd:date)
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  • The 1989 Battle of Amgala took place on 8 November 1989, when two POLISARIO mechanized columns launched a massive attack against Moroccan troops in the Amgala region, managing to cross the Moroccan Wall and advance twenty kilometers in direction to Smara, to finally retreat to their positions in the Liberated territories. It would be the last military operation of the Western Sahara War until the 1991 Operation Rattle. (en)
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  • Battle of Amgala (1989) (en)
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  • Battle of Amgala (1989) (en)
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