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The story of the city of Jerusalem

Author: Haggai PinskerTeddy KollekPhilip GillonShlomo GorenPete SeegerAll authors
Publisher: [Israel] : CBS, [between 1968 and 1970?]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on LP : LP recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Haggai Pinsker; Teddy Kollek; Philip Gillon; Shlomo Goren; Pete Seeger; Paul, Pope; David Ben-Gurion; Walworth Barbour; James de Rothschild, Mrs.; Hussein, King of Jordan; Moshe Dayan; Yitzhak Rabin; Moshe H Shapiro; Salamone Rossi; George Frideric Handel; William J Kirkpatrick; Tel-Aviv Conservatory. Choir.; Maḳhelah ha-F̣ilharmonit (Tel-Aviv, Israel); Ḳol Yiśraʼel. Youth choir.
OCLC Number: 2881797
Language Note: Narrated in English; sung in English and Hebrew.
Notes: Teddy Kollek, narrator.
Program notes by Philip Gillon on container.
Event notes: Recorded in Jerusalem.
Description: 1 audio disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
Contents: "Jerusalem the golden" at its first performance at the Israel Song Festival, Israel's Independance Day, May 15, 1967 --
Jordan shelling of Jerusalem, June 6, 1967 --
People under fire --
The battle for the Old City, Jun 7, 1967 --
The liberation of the Temple Mount --
Israeli soldiers reach the Wailing Wall, chief chaplain of the Israel Defence Forces, recites the prayer for the fallen (El maley rahamim) and sounds the shofar, the ram's horn --
The glory of Jerusalem. By the rivers of Babylon / Salomone Rossi (Choir of the Tel Aviv Conservatory) --
Judas Maccabaeus. See, the conquering hero comes / Handel (Tel Aviv Philharmonic ; Kol Yisrael Youth Choirs) --
Away in a manger --
Prayer at the Great Mosque El Aqsa of Jerusalem --
O what a beautiful city / (Pete Seeger) --
Divided Jerusalem. The Mandelbaum Gate, for 19 years the only point of transit --
Pope Paul IV on his visit to the Holy Places, crossing into Jordan on January 6, 1964 --
David Ben-Gurion at the inauguration of the new campus of the Hebrew University on April 27, 1958 re-asserts Israel's rights to the old University Campus on Mount Scopus --
Inauguration of the new Hadassah Medical Centre at Ein Kerem, June 6, 1961 --
H.E. the U.S. Ambassador to Israel, Mr. Walworth Barbour reads President Johnson's letter to the mayor of Jerusalem at the opening of the new Israel Museum and Shrine of the Book, May 11, 1965 --
Mrs. James de Rothschild at the inauguration of the new Knesset (Israel Parliament) in Jerusalem on August 30, 1966 --
Back to June 1967. President Nasser of the United Arab Republic moves his army to Israel's borders and dares Israel to meet him --
King Hussein of Jordan to his troops "Kill them--" --
General Dayan, Israel's minister of defence, at the Western Wall on June 7, 1967 --
An American Jewish war correspondent at the Western Wall --
A rabbi, prisoner of war in Arab hands 20 years ago, returns to the Old City --
A woman who lived in the Old City returns to her former home --
The no. 9 bus --
Life returns to normal in the Old City --
General Rabin, commander in Chief of the Israel Defence Forces, visits the Christian Holy Places --
Israel's minister of the interior, Moshe H. Shapiro, announces the unification of Jerusalem in the Knesset on June 29th, 1967 --
Arabs from the Old City visit "New Jerusalem" for the first time in 19 years --
Moslems pray at the El Aqsa Mosque --
Christian procession along the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre --
Jews pray and dance at the Western Wall --
The ram's horn, the call of the Muezzin, church bells are heard all over re-united Jerusalem, Jerusalem the Golden.

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