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Golda Meir served in office as the fourth Prime Minister of Israel. She was elected as Prime Minister on the 17th of March in 1969. Previously, she held offices as the Minister of Labor and as the Foreign Minister. She was often referred to as the “Iron Lady” of Israel. She resigned in 1974, the year the Yom Kippur war ended.
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 HELEN MIRREN as Golda Meir (C) discusses the war with her staff (L to R): Dvir Benedek as Eli Zeira, chief of military intelligence; Lior Ashkenazi as chief of staff David ‘Dado’ Elazar; and Rami Heuberger as defense minister Moshe Dayan.

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 GOLDA MEIR, 1964.

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Helen Mirren as Israel’s Prime Minister Golda Meir in ‘Golda.’

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 HELEN MIRREN as Gold Meir in ‘Golda.’

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 HELEN MIRREN plays the Israeli prime minister in ‘Golda.’

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 HELEN MIRREN as Israel’s prime minister Golda Meir in ‘Golda.’

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 GOLDA MEIR, 1964.

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