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Wikidata-logo.svg David Ben-Gurion
Res apud Vicidata repertae:
David Ben-Gurion: imago
David Ben-Gurion: subscriptio
Nativitas: 16 Octobris 1886; Płońsk
Obitus: 1 Decembris 1973; Telavivum
Patria: Congress Poland, Imperium Ottomanicum, Mandatory Palestine, Israel

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of Israel, Prime Minister of Israel, Minister of Defence, Minister of Defence, Knesset member, general secretary, Education Minister of Israel, Justice Minister of Israel, Minister of Transport and Road Safety, Knesset member, Knesset member, Knesset member, Knesset member, Knesset member, Knesset member, Knesset member, Knesset member, President of the Provisional State Council
Munus: Politicus, trade unionist

Consociatio

Factio: Mapai, Rafi, National List
Religio: atheismus

Familia

Genitores: Avigdor Ben Gurion;
Coniunx: Paula Ben-Gurion
Proles: Amos Ben-Gurion, Renana Leshem, Geula Ben-Eliezer

Memoria

Laurae: Bialik Prize, honorary doctor of Tel Aviv University
Sepultura: Midreshet Ben-Gurion
David Ben-Gurion apud Knesset, anno 1957

David Ben-Gurion (natus nomine David Grün) fuit rerum politicarum peritus Israelianus factionis Mapai (hodie Awoda) et anno 1948 primus Minister Primus Israelis.

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