Sharett (Shertok), Moshe

(1894-1965)
   Israeli statesman and Zionist leader, brother of Yehudah Sharett. He was born in Kherson, in the Ukraine, and settled in Palestine in 1906. Active in socialist circles, he became head of the Jewish Agency's political department in 1933. He was a leader of the campaign against the policy set out by the British in the White Paper of 1939. In 1946 he was interned at Latrun. Later he was appointed foreign minister of the provisional government of Israel, and led the Israeli delegation to the United Nations Assembly (1949-50). He subsequently served as foriegn minister, and from 1953 to 1955 was prime minister. He was appointed chairman of the executive of the Jewish Agency in 1961.

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  • SHARETT (Shertok), MOSHE — (1894–1965). Zionist leader, and prime minister of Israel 1954–55. Member of the First to Fifth Knessets. Sharett was born in Kherson in Ukraine. His parents, who were members of the bilu movement, settled in Ereẓ Israel in the early 1880s but… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Sharett (Shertok), Moshe — (1894–1965)    Israel foreign minister and prime minister. Sharett was the father of the Israel Foreign Service and the architect of its international diplomacy. He laid the foundations for the State of Israel, as head of the Jewish Agency’s… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • SHARETT (Shertok), YEHUDAH — (1901–1979), Israeli composer; brother of moshe sharett . Born in Kherson, Yehudah Sharett was brought to Ereẓ Israel at the age of five and shared in the family s adventurous settlement in the Arab village of ʿAyn Sīniya. After their move to… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Sharett (Shertok), Yehudah — (1901 79)    Israeli composer, brother of Moshe Sharett. He was born in Kherson, in the Ukraine, and went to Palestine as a child. He composed music, including children s songs, for his kibbutz, and published the Yagur Passover Seder Service …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Moshe Sharett — Moshe Sharet משה שרת 2nd Prime Minister of Israel In office 26 January 1954 – 3 November 1955 Preceded by David Ben Gurion Succeeded by …   Wikipedia

  • Moshé Sharet — Moshé Sharett 2.º primer ministro de Israel 7 de diciembre de 1953 – 22 de julio de …   Wikipedia Español

  • Moshe Shertok — Mosche Scharet Mosche Scharet (hebräisch ‏משה שרת‎; * 15. Oktober 1894 in Cherson, Ukraine; † 7. Juli 1965 in Jerusalem; geboren als Mosche Schertok) war ein israelischer Politiker. Zwischen zwei Amtszeiten von David Ben Gurion war …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Moshe Sharett — Mosche Scharet Mosche Scharet (hebräisch ‏משה שרת‎; * 15. Oktober 1894 in Cherson, Ukraine; † 7. Juli 1965 in Jerusalem; geboren als Mosche Schertok) war ein israelischer Politiker. Zwischen zwei Amtszeiten von David Ben Gurion war …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Moshe Scharett — Mosche Scharet Mosche Scharet (hebräisch ‏משה שרת‎; * 15. Oktober 1894 in Cherson, Ukraine; † 7. Juli 1965 in Jerusalem; geboren als Mosche Schertok) war ein israelischer Politiker. Zwischen zwei Amtszeiten von David Ben Gurion war …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Moshé Shertok — Moshé Sharett Moshé Sharett (en hébreu : משה שרת) (né Moshé Shertok, 15 octobre 1894 7 juillet 1965) fut le second Premier Ministre du jeune État d Israël pendant un peu moins de deux ans entre 1954 et 1955. Il occupa ce poste entre les deux …   Wikipédia en Français

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