Israel's Parliament Meets 1949

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Full title reads: "Israel's Parliament Meets".

Jerusalem, Israel / Palestine.

LV Elevated, 4 assembly members walking through guard of honour and past knot of people.

SV Towards Army Chief Ben Dori accompanied by a woman.

SV Towards 2 Arabs.

SV Towards...



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