Golda Meir

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Golda Meir
גולדה מאיר
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4t Prime Meenister o Israel
In office
17 Mairch 1969 – 3 Juin 1974
Preses
Precedit biYigal Allon (Actin)
Succeedit biYitzhak Rabin
Meenister o Internal Affairs
In office
16 Julie 1970 – 1 September 1970
Prime MeenisterHersel
Precedit biHaim-Moshe Shapira
Succeedit biYosef Burg
Meenister o Foreign Affairs
In office
18 Juin 1956 – 12 Januar 1966
Prime Meenister
Precedit biMoshe Sharett
Succeedit biAbba Eban
Meenister o Labour
In office
10 Mairch 1949 – 19 Juin 1956
Prime MeenisterDavid Ben-Gurion
Precedit biMordechai Bentov (Proveesional)
Succeedit biMordechai Namir
Personal details
BornGolda Mabovich
3 Mey 1898(1898-05-03)
Kiev, Roushie Empire
Dee'd8 December 1978(1978-12-08) (aged 80)
Jerusalem, Israel
Naitionality Israel
Poleetical pairtyAlignment
Ither poleetical
affiliations
Spoose(s)Morris Meyerson (died 1951)
Bairns2
Alma materMilwaukee State Normal Schuil (Nou, Varsity o Wisconsin–Milwaukee)
ProfessionTeacher, diplomat
ReligionZionist Judaism [1]
Signatur

Golda Meir[nb 1] (earlier Golda Meyerson, born Golda Mabovitch, Голда Мабович; Mey 3, 1898 – December 8, 1978) wis an Israeli teacher, kibbutznik, politeecian an the fowert Prime Meenister o Israel.

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  1. Ebreu: גּוֹלְדָּה מֵאִירEbreu pronunciation: [ɡolˈda] or Ebreu pronunciation: [ˈɡolda] Ebreu pronunciation: [meˈʔiʁ];[2] Arabic: جولدا مائيرGulda Ma'air

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. http://berkleycenter.georgetown.edu/people/golda-meir
  2. "Golda Meir: An Outline of a Unique Life: A Chronological Survey of Gola Meir's Life and Legacy". The Golda Meir Center for Political Leadership (Metropolitan State Varsity o Denver). Retrieved February 20, 2014.  Reference on name pronunciation (see "1956").