How it really was!

Principles, pragmatism, Pittsburgh and Ben-Gurion.

November 22, 2018 21:32
How it really was!

Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion addresses a luncheon at the King David Hotel in honor of industrialist Jacob Blaustein, attended by ministers Golda Meir and Moshe Sharett on August 23, 1950. (photo credit: GPO)


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DAVID BEN-GURION’S closest aides are all gone. Now thanks to a report in The Jerusalem Post, I have discovered that I am probably the last of the Mohicans, that is the last of the generation that had some regular contact with Israel's founding Prime Minister.


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