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         Peres Shimon:     more books (100)
  1. The New Middle East by Shimon Peres, 1995-03
  2. Shimon Peres: The Biography by Michael Bar-Zohar, 2007-02-27
  3. Conversations avec Shimon Peres by Shimon Peres, Robert Littell, 1998-02-12
  4. Shimon Peres: A Biography by Matti Golan, 1982-12
  5. Road to Peace: A Biography of Shimon Peres by Matti Golan, 1989-11
  6. Shimon Peres au carrefour du destin (French Edition) by Freddy Eytan, 1996
  7. Peres: peacemaker, nuclear pioneer. (Israel Prime Minister Shimon Peres): An article from: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists by Avner Cohen, 1996-05-01
  8. David's Sling by Shimon Peres, 1970-06-25
  9. A History Of Israel And The Holy Land
  10. For the Future of Israel by Professor Shimon Peres, Mr. Robert Littell, et all 1998-03-20
  11. Battling for Peace: Memoirs by Shimon Peres, 1995-03-23
  12. DAVID'S SLING, The Arming of Israel by Shimon Peres, 1870
  13. The Imaginary Voyage: With Theodor Herzl in Israel by Shimon Peres, 2000-05-01
  14. Testament: At the Creation of the State of Israel by Aaron Levin, Shimon Peres, 1998-01-03

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Shimon Peres was born in August 1923 in Poland . Preceded two years earlier by his father, Peres and his family moved to Tel Aviv in 1934. After a number of years in Kibbutz Geva and Kibbutz Alumot, Peres was elected Secretary of the Labor youth movement in 1943. In 1947, Peres was conscripted into the Haganah Defense Forces and assigned responsibility for manpower and arms purchases, continuing this post during the early part of Israel's War of Independence . A year later, Peres was appointed head of Israel's navy and at the war's end assumed the position of Director of the Defense Ministry's procurement delegation in the United States. In 1953, at the age of 29, Peres was appointed by Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion to the post of Director General of the Defense Ministry, a position he held until 1959. During that period he established Israel's electronic aircraft industry and was responsible for Israel's nuclear program. In 1959, Peres was elected to Israel's parliament, the Knesset , and has remained a member ever since. From that year, and until 1965, he served as Deputy Defense Minister. In 1965, together with

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    Shimon Peres (born August 21 ), an Israeli politician, is the head of the Israeli Labour Party and served as 8th Prime Minister of Israel from 1984-1986 and 1995-1996 and Israeli Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2001-2002. Table of contents 1 Early life 2 Political Career 3 Awards and interests 4 Quotes ... edit
    Early life
    Shimon Peres was born in Poland . He moved to Tel Aviv Israel with his family in edit
    Political Career
    Shimon Peres is one of Israel's most senior politicians. Although he celebrated his 80th birthday not long ago, there is a wide consensus within Israel that he is as vigorous and vital as ever. In the and the Peres was a diplomat in the ministry of defence and was involved in acquiring weapons for the young state of Israel . Peres efforts went superbly well as he managed to acquire the advance Dassault Mirage III French jet fighter and a nuclear reactor. Although he was never won an election, Peres served twice as Prime Minister: once between as part of rotation agreement with Likud 's Yitzhak Shamir , and once between after the assassination of prime minister Yitzhak Rabin edit
    Awards and interests
    He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in together with Yasser Arafat and Yitzhak Rabin Shimon Peres is interested in nanoelectronics In he founded the Peres Center for Peace.

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    Shimon Peres. Israeli Statesman Born on August 21, 1923, Poland. Shimon Peres ismarried to Sonia who has never identified with his political ambitions
    Shimon Peres Israeli Statesman
    Born on August 21, 1923, Poland.
    Held the portfolios of Defense Minister, Foreign Minister and Prime Minister.
    Identified with the peace programs with the Palestinians.
    Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1994
    The very thick base phalange and the decidedly thinner middle phalange of the little finger identifies what we speak of as "Promises Unfulfilled". This is a particularly stressful psychical experience where the newborn infant records an ideal mother-attachment in the first months of its life only to suffer the most painful rejection by the mother in later months. This rejection may take the form of physical or emotional abandonment, beatings and/or harsh criticism. The sharp kink in this picture identifies a painful history of emotional molestation (see article #7 "The Inverse Guilt Syndrome" on the PDC Profiles page). This would seem to powerfully underline the earlier stress experiences. An interesting facet of "Promises Unfulfilled" is the subconscious drive to become reattached to the experiences associated with the original mother-experience. When this person in later years has a relationship with someone who relates to this person in a manner which may recall the difficult "rejecting" mother, the subconscious mind sees in this person the "ticket", as it were, to getting at the original accepting mother. It is as though within the rejecting mother exists the accepting mother. This subconscious expectation is rarely if ever realized.

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    Shimon Peres was born in Poland in 1923. When he was a child his family emigrated to Palestine . Peres was raised on a kibbutz but was educated at the United States at the Harvard University The Jewish state of Israel was established on 14th May 1948 when the British mandate over Palestine came to an end. Soon afterwards Peres was appointed as head of naval services. Later he served as Director General of the Defence Ministry (1953-59). A member of the Labour Party, Peres was elected to the Knesset in 1959. Golda Meir appointed him Minister of Defence in 1974 and in 1977 became Chairman of the Labour Party.

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    Click the link for more information. ), an Israeli This article is about the modern state of Israel; for other uses see Israel (disambiguation) The State of Israel is a predominantly Jewish country in the Middle East on the eastern edge of the Mediterranean Sea. The neighboring states are: Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Egypt. It shares the coastlines of the Mediterranean, the Gulf of Aqaba, the Dead Sea and the Sea of Galilee.

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    By shimon peres. peres, shimon, with Arye Naor. The New Middle East. His visionfor the reconstruction of the region. peres, shimon. Battling for Peace.
    Shimon Peres (Labour), Minister of Foreign Affairs, was born in Poland in 1923 and immigrated with his family as a child. He studied at the Ben Shemen Agricultural School, and was one of the founders of Kibbutz Alumot in the Jordan Valley. In 1943, he was elected secretary of the Hano'ar Ha'oved youth.
    In Israel's War of Independence, Mr. Peres was responsible for arms purchases and recruitment, and in 1948 was appointed head of the naval services. In 1949, he headed the Defense Ministry's procurement delegation to the United States.
    Mr. Peres was appointed Deputy Director-General of the Ministry of Defense in 1952 and served as its Director-General between 1953-1959.
    Mr. Peres has been a Member of the Knesset since 1959 and served as Deputy Minister of Defense from 1959-1965. In 1965, he left the Mapai Labour Party with Ben-Gurion and became Secretary-General of Rafi. In 1968, he was instrumental in bringing Rafi back to Mapai to form the Israel Labour Party.
    Mr. Peres became Minister of Immigrant Absorption in 1969 and served as Minister of Transport and Communications from 1970-1974. In 1974 he was appointed Minister of Information and later, Minister of Defense (1974-1977). The highlight of his tenure as Defense Minister was the Entebbe rescue operation.

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    PH_DoValidation=true; My MFA Search Advanced search MFA newsletter MFA MFA Library Nov Shimon Peres Shimon Peres 2 Nov 2002 Shimon Peres, MK Shimon Peres was born in 1923 in Belorussia and immigrated with his family in 1934. Peres is a former Vice-President of the Socialist International; former chairman of the Labor Party and an architect of the 1994 Oslo Accords, for which he was awarded (with Yitzhak Rabin and Yasser Arafat) the Nobel Peace Prize. He studied at the Ben Shemen Agricultural School, and was one of the founders of Kibbutz Alumot in the Jordan Valley. He was politically active from the age of 16 and was elected Secretary of the Labor Youth Movement in 1943. In Israel's War of Independence (1947-48), Peres was responsible for arms purchases and recruitment, and in 1948 was appointed head of the naval services. In 1949, he headed the Defense Ministry's procurement delegation to the United States and while there studied at the New York School for Social Research and Harvard University. Peres was appointed Deputy Director-General of the Ministry of Defense (1952-53), and later Director-General (1953-59). He reorganized the Defense Ministry, initiated the establishment of the Israeli Aircraft Industries and Israel's nuclear project, and fostered the special relations with France. He was instrumental in planning the 1956 Sinai Campaign.

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    * 21 de agosto de 1923, Vinsheva, Polonia (actualmente Bielarús).
    E migrado con su familia a Palestina en 1934, estudió en el colegio Geula de Tel Aviv y en la Escuela de Agricultura Ben Shemen. Fue uno de los fundadores del kibbutz (granja colectiva de colonos concebida como un primer núcleo de asentamiento) de Alumot, en el Valle del Jordán, después de residir en el Geva. Comenzó su carrera política como mensajero particular de David Ben-Gurion y como secretario, desde 1943, de la liga de jóvenes sionistas y laboristas Hano'ar Ha'oved
    En 1947 ingresó en la Haganah , el ejército judío de autodefensa, y durante la Guerra de Independencia (1948-1949) dirigió el embrionario Servicio Naval (1948) y encabezó la delegación del Ministerio de Defensa en Estados Unidos (1949), labores que incluían el reclutamiento de tropas y la adquisición de armas. Su estancia en el país americano se prolongó más allá del final del conflicto, hasta 1952.
    Como subdirector (1952-1953) y director general (1953-1959) del Ministerio de Defensa, Peres reorganizó las Fuerzas de Defensa Israelíes (FDI), estableció una industria aeronáutica nacional, puso en marcha el programa nuclear secreto y tomó parte en el diseño de las operaciones de la campaña del Sinaí en 1956. En 1959 obtuvo el acta de diputado en la Knesset o Parlamento en la lista del gobernante Partido de los Trabajadores Israelíes (MAPAI) y fue nombrado viceministro de Defensa por Ben-Gurion.
    Peres mantuvo esta función en el Gobierno de Levy Eshkol, sucesor de Ben-Gurion tras dimitir en 1963, hasta 1965, cuando siguió a su mentor en su ruptura con el MAPAI y en la fundación de un nuevo partido, la Lista de Trabajadores Israelíes (

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    Israeli politician who has been elected prime minister of his country, in three different periods.

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      Peres, Shimon [sh E O Pronunciation Key Peres, Shimon Holocaust . Before the birth of the Israeli nation (1949) he served as manpower chief of the Haganah, the fledgling Jewish military. He subsequently was Israel's head of naval services and became director-general of the defense ministry in 1952. Shamir in a national unity government and was widely praised for helping to remove Israeli troops from Lebanon and for slashing runaway inflation. He was later foreign minister (1986) and, after again losing to Shamir (1988), finance minister in unity governments led by the prime minister. In 1992, Yitzhak Rabin , who had just ousted Peres as Labor party leader, became prime minister and appointed Peres foreign minister. Peres negotiated the historic Oslo peace accords (1993) with the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), for which he was awarded, with Rabin and PLO leader Yasir

    19. Shimon Peres --  Encyclopædia Britannica
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    En 1959 Peres fue electo miembro de la Knéset y ha permanecido como tal desde entonces. Entre 1959 y 1965 ejerció como vice ministro de Defensa. Entre sus logros se contaron el establecimiento de las industrias militares, la industria aeronáutica y la promoción de las relaciones estratégicas con Francia – una "relación especial" que culminó con la cooperación estratégica durante la Campaña del Sinaí de 1956, que él planificó. Asimismo, fue responsable del programa nuclear de Israel. Shimón Peres se distinguió también como figura política en el campo interno. En 1965 abandonó el partido de gobierno Mapai junto con Ben Gurión y pasó a ser secretario general de Rafi ; tres años más tarde, fue clave en la reunificación de estas facciones laboristas. En 1969 Peres fue nombrado ministro de Absorción de la Inmigración; de 1970 a 1974 ejerció como ministro de Transportes y Comunicaciones, y durante 1974 fue ministro de Información. Durante tres años después de la Guerra de Yom Kipur, Peres jugó nuevamente un papel central en la seguridad de Israel, como ministro de Defensa. Revitalizó y fortaleció las FDI y desempeñó una importante función en las negociaciones de separación de fuerzas que condujeron al Acuerdo Interino con Egipto de 1975. Estuvo detrás de la operación de rescate en Entebbe y fue el autor del concepto de la "Cerca Buena", promoviendo una relación positiva con los habitantes del sur del Líbano.

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