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    Golda Meir Signed January 1974 Speech to the Knesset Born in Russia and raised in the U.S., Meir was one of the most visible women in international affairs from the 1950s to the 1970s. She served as Israel's ambassador to the Soviet Union, Knesset member and Foreign Minister before becoming Prime Minister in 1969. She served in that position until 1974. Offered here is a press release from 1974 being Excerpts from Prime Minister Golda Meir's address to the Knesset on January 22, 1974, concerning the agreement on the separation of forces on the Egyptian front. Signed in ink on the front cover page, the speech is five pages in length on legal size paper, one fold, fine condition. Mailing envelope included. Accompanied by COA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2005
    13th Wednesday
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