Framed New York Times Front Page Reprint – Establishment of Israel (1948)
Relive the historic moment that the State of Israel came into being with this reprint of the New York Times front page from May 15, 1948:
- An officially licensed reprint, this page describes Ben Gurion's declaration of Israeli independence, the opening volleys of the Israeli War of Independence and Truman's recognition of the nascent Jewish State.
- Comes in a refined dark brown frame with a shatterproof plexiglass front.
- The perfect addition of modern Jewish history to any wall in your home or office.
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Total Size: 15.75" x 19.7" / 40 cm x 50 cm
Official Licensed Reprint From The New York Times
Celebrate the establishment of the modern State of Israel with this remarkable reprint of the front page of the New York Times from May 15, 1948. Arriving in a dark brown frame with a shatterproof plexiglass front, this reprint details the declaration of Israeli independence by David Ben Gurion in Tel Aviv, its recognition by the United States and the subsequent outbreak of fighting that would become the Israeli War of Independence. A meaningful part of modern Jewish history, this front page reprint will make a wonderful gift for anyone with a love for all things Israel.