David Ben-Gurion Signed Letter to Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett

This is an important David Ben-Gurion signed two-page typewritten letter (in Hebrew) to Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett dated March 19, 1961 in which the Israeli founding father and two-time Prime Minister writes a rare personal concession, which translated in part reads, “You have, evidently, not considered the possibility that the significance which you attributed or are attributing to the remarks I made in Giv’at Hayyim is not the same as the significance that I intended in my statements…it is possible that I do not know how to express myself correctly, or I do not understand well the intention or the significance of the statements that I express…I am prepared to accept your assertion that in my remarks there was a distortion of truth and the denigration of the name of a man and an unjustified accusation against a comrade who is also a person of official position and one of public prominence…I have, therefore, turned to you to advise me as to what course of action I should take. And I have vowed to do all that I can in the spirit of fairness, of truth, and of friendship.” Signed in black fountain pen. . Ben-Gurion is still revered as the most important political leader in the short history of the Israeli state. Comes with a certificate that unconditionally guarantees the authenticity of this item.

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David Ben-Gurion Signed Letter to Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett

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