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Occupation of the Western Wall in the Six Day War - two issues of historical newspapers

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07.03.2022 07:00pm

Two issues of historical newspapers reporting on the occupation of the Western Wall during the Six Day War - rare photographs.

* Issue of the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper, June 7,1967, the second day of the war: "The Status We Expected 2000 years, the IDF near the liberated Western Wall: First photographs". Historical issue - on the title page Rare photographs of IDF soldiers near the Western Wall after its occupation, Central Command General Uzi Narkis and Rabbi Shlomo Goren holding a Torah scroll in his hand. On the back of the newspaper is a photograph showing the deputy chief of staff, Major General Haim Barlev, Uzi Narkis, and Yedioth Ahronoth reporter Didi Manosi singing the anthem "Hatikva" at the Western Wall, as well as an exciting article about the first shofar blast at the Western Wall. Complete sheet.

* Battle call - Combat page Central Command June 8, 1967: Commander-in-Chief's speech: We were standing on the edge of Jerusalem ... the city of David and Solomon by the armies of Israel, in the shadow of the Western Wall we sang "Hatikva" this morning ... this day will be remembered Forever in the Heart of Our People with Your Highness Heroism". at the back of the issue under the heading:" The Jewish Heart Salutes the Western Wall" Photographs of soldiers in their first prayer at the Western Wall after its conquest, as well as a photograph of Rabbi Goren and Uzi Narkis and the headline: "The Commander-in-Chief receives a kiss from historical Judaism." Complete sheet.

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86. Occupation of the Western Wall in the Six Day War - two issues of historical newspapers