The war began on Jun/5/1967 when Israel launched “Operation Focus”, a surprise attack against Egyptian aircraft and bases when they were still on land (they attacked at 8:00 am). Egypt lost 286 of its 420 combat aircraft, 13 of its most important airbases and 23 radar stations. This attack gave Israel an advantage in air superiority throughout the war. A few minutes after the beginning of Operation Focus, about at 11:15 am, Jordan began a series of raids against the Israeli part of Jerusalem and an attack on the main buildings, among them, the Government headquarters. On Jun/5/1967, at 12:30, the Israeli air force attacked the Jordanian force, destroying most of it on land. In three days the Egyptian army was defeated, the Jordan army was destroyed in two days and the Syrian in a day and a half. The previous attack by the Egypt-Syria-Jordan alliance was defeated in just six days. About 15,000 Egyptians perished in the war and 5,600 were imprisoned. The king of Jordan declared that 6,000 Jordanian soldiers had died. Syria lost 1,000 soldiers. The Arabs ended with 45,000 wounded and 6,000 prisoners. On the Israeli side, 779 soldiers perished, especially on the Jordanian front. Additionally, 2,593 Israelis were wounded and 15 were imprisoned. From a territorial point of view, Israel conquered from Jordan the lands of Judea, Samaria and eastern Jerusalem, a total of 5,875 km2. Israel conquered the Gaza Strip from Egypt (363 km2) and the Sinai Peninsula (61,000 km2). Also, Israel conquered the strategic Golan Heights (730 km2) from Syria. Over a million Palestinians, contrary to the plans, were left under Israeli control in the areas of Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip.
Israel increases the territory under its control by conquering the areas in orange. (Source: Wikipedia)