Golda Meir


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Israeli statesman (born in Russia) (1898-1978)

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Synopsis: As a child prodigy in principles, Golda Meir has a repertoire of noble rebellion throughout her life from Midwest America to the Middle East.
Born in the Ukraine, Golda Meir was brought up and educated in the US and emigrated to Palestine in 1921 with her American husband, the late Morris Myerson.
Un traEtre aux yeux d'IsraE1/2l Eric Rouleau evoque dans ses "Coulisses" qu'il avait interviewe David Ben Gourion et Golda Meir, Moshe Dayan, Itzhak Rabin et Shimon Peres.
Alarmed, Golda Meir ordered the immediate call-up of 120,000 men.
The universal culprits are Golda Meir and Moshe Dayan.
After the killing of 11 Israeli coaches and athletes at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Israeli prime minister Golda Meir sanctions a team of assassins to slay the Palestinian terrorists responsible.
50pm) After the killing of 11 Israeli coaches and athletes at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir sanctions a team of assassins to slay the Palestinian terrorists responsible.
We'd had two brilliant female leaders throughout the world - Mrs Gandhi and Golda Meir - and I had high hopes that Britain might follow suit.
Golda Meir in 1969, this denial is still held by many Israelis and their supporters.
The 5,610-square-foot home has played host to Golda Meir and Frank Sinatra, who once performed there.
The defining slogan of "Ship of Fools 1" was coined by Moshe Dayan, who served as first officer on its bridge, at the right hand of the captain, Golda Meir.
diplomats in Sudan by the Black September Organization, the state visits of King Hussein of Jordan and Prime Minister Golda Meir of Israel, the Wounded Knee incident, and Wage and Price controls.
I specifically stopped at two articles, one written by Golda Meir on 14/1/1967, and the other by Yasser Arafat on 3/2/2002.
Days later, Prime Minister Golda Meir held a dinner for those involved in the rescue.
Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir then upset the guerrillas plans, rejecting their offer to free the hostages in exchange for the release of 236 Palestinians held by Israel.