Abba Eban* ‎– Israel The Official 25th Anniversary Commemorative Album

Warner Bros. Records ‎– BS 2713
Vinyl, LP, Album

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A1 Radio Broadcast On The Last Day Of The British Mandate In Palestine, May 14, 1948
A2 The Declaration Of Independence
Speech – David Ben-Gurion
A3 Ani Na'amin
Choir [Sung By] – Bar-Llan Choir
A4 A Nazi Song, Shouts Of Seig Heill And Adolph Hitler Speaking
A5 T'ka Beshofar
Vocals [Sung By] – Arieh Brown
A6 Artzenus Haktantonet
Vocals [Sung By] – Yaffa Yarkoni
The United Nations Session On The Prtition Of Palestine, November 29, 1947
A7a The Resolution And Vote
A7b American Representative Hershel Johnson's Speech
Speech – Hershel Johnson
A7c Speech By Soviet Representative Andrei Gromyko
Speech – Andrei Gromyko
A8 The War Of Independence: Bab-El-Wad
Vocals [Sung By] – Yaffa Yarkoni
A9 The First President, Chaim Weizmann, Presenting The Zionist Case To The United Nations Special Committee, 1946
Speech – Chaim Weizmann
A10 Members Of The First Israeli Government Being Sworn Into Office
A11 Radio Interview With David Ben-Gurion
Interviewee – David Ben-Gurion
A12 Israel's Acceptance Into The United Nations, May 11, 1949
A13 Interviews With Immigrants From Asia, Eastern And Western Europe, Africa And The United States, 1950s
The Eichmann Trial, 1960
A14a Foreign Minister Golda Meir Addressing The U.N.
Speech – Golda Meir
A14b Adolf Eichmann: "In The Sense Of The Charge, Not Guilty"
Speech – Adolf Eichmann
A14c The Prosecuter, Gideon Hausner
Speech – Gideon Hausner
A15 Egypt's President Nassar Explaining His Decision To Nationalize The Suez Canal, 1956
Speech – President Nassar*
A16 Prime Minister Of Israel Ben-Gurion Outlining The Reasons For The Sinai Campaign
Speech – David Ben-Gurion
The Sinai Campaign
A17a Recordings From The Battlefield
A17b An Israeli Radio Broadcast, October 29, 1956
A17c Meet The Press With Golda Meir
Interviewee – Golda Meir
A17d Israeli Representative To The U.N. Abba Eban Addressing The General Assembly
Speech – Abba Eban*
A17e David Ben-Gurion Addressing The Knesset (Israeli Parliament)
Speech – David Ben-Gurion
A17f Israeli Defense Forces Leaving Sinai
A17g Golda Meir Addressing The U.N. General Assembly, March 1, 1957
A17h Chief Of Staff General Moshe Dayan
A18 Interviews With Israelis In The 1960s
A19 Participants In The International Bible Competition, Jerusalem
A20 Professor Yigai Yadin, Director Of The Excavations Of Masada
A21 President Of The Weizmann Institute Meyer Weisgal
A22 President Of The United States John F. Kennedy
A23 Soviet Ambassador To Israel
A24 Dr. Kyboo, From Nigeria, Doing Post-Graduate Work At The Weizmann Institute
B1 David Ben-Gurion
Speech – David Ben-Gurion
B2 Prime Minister Levi Eshkol Addressing The Knesset
Speech – Prime Minister Levi Eshkol*
B3 Prime Minister Levi Eshkol Interviewed On American Television, 1966
Interviewee – Prime Minister Levi Eshkol*
B4 Interview With Egypt's Nasser On The BBC, 1966
Interviewee – President Nasser*
B5 Yerushala'im Shel Zahav (Jerusalem Of Gold)
Composed By – Naomi ShemerVocals [Sung By] – Shuly Natan*
B6 President Nasser Addressing Egyptian Pilots At An Air Base In Sinai, May 22, 1967
Speech – President Nasser*
B7 Interviews With Foreign Volunteers Who Came To Israel's Aid In May And June, 1967
B8 Defense Minister Moshe Dayan At A Press Conference, June 3, 1967
The Six Day War, June 5 To 10, 1967:
B9a Recordings From The Battlefield
B9b Propaganda Broadcasts From Cairo In Hebrew During The War
B9c Nasser Is Waiting For Rabin
Vocals – Arik Lavie
B9d Israeli Armed Forces Arriving At The Wailing Wall In Jerusalem City. Cheif Army Rabbi General Shlomo Goren Praying. Israeli Soldier Blowing The Shofar. Soldiers Singing "Jerusalem Of Gold," The Theme Song Of The Reunification Of The City
B9e He Who Is Dreaming
Vocals – Arik Lavie
B9f A Telephone Call Between President Nasser And King Hussein
The Diplomatic Struggle After The Six Day War:
B10a Soviet Prime Minister Alexei Koygin Addressing The U.N., June 19, 1967
Speech – Prime Minister Alexei Koygin*
B10b Israeli Foreign Minister Abba Eban Addressing The U.N., 1967
Speech – Abba Eban*
B10c President Of The United States Lyndon B. Johnson In A Nationwide Radio Boadcast
Speech – Lyndon B. Johnson
B11 United Nations Representative To The Middle East Gunnar Jarring
B12 Defense Minister Moshe Dayan Adressing The Egyptian Prisoners Of War At An Israeli Detention Camp
Speech – Moshe Dayan
B13 Prime Minister Golda Meir, 1969
B14 United States Secretary Of State William Rogers, 1969
B15 Prime Minister Golda Meir Visiting With President Nixon In The White House, 1970
B16 Member Of Knesset Menachem Begin, Leader Of The Opposition Party, July, 1970
Speech – Menachem Begin
B17 Deputy Prime Minister Yigal Alon, 1971
Speech – Yigal Alon
B18 Cheif Of Staff General David Elazar After An Israeli Army Action, 1972
Speech – David Elazar
B19 General Director Of El-Al Israel Airlines, Mordechai Ben-Ari
B20 Minister Of Commerce And Industry Chaim Bar-Lev, Interviewed During A Visit To Gaza, 1972
Interviewee – Chaim Bar-Lev
B21 The Nobel Prize For Literature Presented To The Israeli Writer Shai Agnon, Stockholm
B22 The Young Pioneers Orchestra After A Worldwide Tour
B23 Naomi
Vocals [Sung By] – Hedva And David
Immigration From The Soviet Union
B24a A Recent Immigrant From The Soviet Union, 1972
B24B An Underground Song Dedicated To Jerusalem From The Soviet Union
B25 A Representative Of The Committee Dealing With Housing Problems, 1971
B26 Chairman Of The Jewish Agency And Executive Of The Zionist Organization Arieh Pincus, 1971
Speech – Arieh Pincus
B27 Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren, 1972
B28 First Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett Addressing The United Nations General Assembly, May 11, 1949
Speech – Moshe Sharett
B29 Machar (Tomorrow)
Vocals [Sung By] – Edna Goren

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Track A2: David Ben-Gurion Speaking At The Tel-Aviv Museum, May 14, 1948 (Reconstruction)
Track A3: The Jewish declaration of Faith
Track A5: A prayer from the "Amida" of the daily service (10th benediction)
Track A6: ("Our Tiny Country"), from the Mandate period
Track A8: A song commemorating soldiers who fell on the way to relieve Jerusalem under siege
Track B5: A song composed in May, 1967
Track B9c: A folk song composed and sung by Israeli soldiers before and during the war
Track B9e: Commemorating those who were killed during the war.
Track B9f: Recorded during the war by Israeli Intelligence officers.
Track B23: A popular Israeli song that won first prize in a Japanese song festival (courtesy R.C.A. Israeli)
Track B24b: This original tape was smuggled out of the U.S.S.R.
Track B29: An Israeli song full of hope for a peaceful future

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