1956: Golda MeirTIME magazine announces its 100 Women of the Year, which is TIME’s list of the most influential women of the past century.Photo: Burt Glinn – Magnum Photos Article: https://time.com/5793561/golda-meir-100-women-of-the-year/
Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion with Foreign Minister Golda Meir at the Knesset in Jerusalem, 1962. Source: Fritz Cohen, Government Press Office — at The Knesset – הכנסת.
• May 3, 1898, born Golda Mabovitch in Kiev • 1906, Golda moved from Kiev to Milwaukee, Wisconsin • 1916-1917, Golda attended what is now the University of Wisonsin-Milwaukee • 1921, Golda and her husband, Morris Meyerson, moved from the U.S. to a kibbutz • May 14, 1948, Golda was […]
“Don’t be so humble – you are not that great.” Israel’s first and only female prime minister, Golda Meir, was known for her incredible wit. To this day she is a towering figure of leadership and resolve. Rare photos taken during the later years of her life have now been […]
“In our life there is a single color, as on an artist’s palette, which provides the meaning of life and art. It is the color of love.” Marc Chagall (July 7, 1887 – March 28,1985) Image: Marc Chagall and Golda Meir In Israel 1969, at ceremony in Knesset during which […]
March 17, 1969, 50 years ago today, Golda Meir was sworn in as the Prime Minister of Israel Chanania Herman, Government Press Office GPO National Photo Collection.
First I am a Jew.
#TBT Golda Meir on the cover of TIME Magazine, September 19, 1969.
Henry Kissinger “Golda, you must remember that first I am an American, second I am Secretary of State and third I am a Jew.” Golda Meir “Henry, you forget that in Israel we read from right to left.”