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Israel's Entry Into United Nations Assured (1949)...
Item # 652036
May 10, 1949
THE NEW YORK TIMES, May 10, 1949
* Israel's Entry Into United Nations Assured
* The eve of entering the world stage - historic!
* Hungary allow some Jews to leave
The front page has a two-column heading: "Israel's U.N. Entry Held Sure As Ad Hoc Unit Votes, 33-11." The coverage of this historic vote continues on page 20, which includes the text of the actual resolution and a related photo. Additional Israeli-themed coverage on page 20 includes: "BUNCHE IS HONORED FOR PALESTINE AID," "BRITAIN HONORS ISRAELIS," "ISRAEL BLOOD NEEDS END," ELATH SAYS ISRAEL WANTS ARAB PEACE," "The Proceedings In the U.N.," "Hungary Will Let Some Jews Leave," "Jewish Refuges Noted," and "SHOOTING IF ARABS CHARGED BY GLUBB."
Other news, sports and advertisements of the day are found throughout.
Complete in 50 pages, rag edition (printed for libraries/institutions), in excellent condition.
Category: The 20th Century