November 1970
New Yorker;11/14/1970, Vol. 46 Issue 39, p45
The article offers information about Israel's Foreign Minister, Abba Eban. Eban is a known speaker who made a speech before the United Nations General Assembly regarding Israel's position following the Six-Day War. He had also done a speech before the General Assembly about the Middle East. Prior to his appointment as representative to the UN, he had worked as an Allied Headquarters officer with Jewish volunteers in the Middle East and in Europe.


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