A native of Cape Town, South Africa, Eban served as a diplomat, politician, and writer. During his political career, Eban served in various ministerial posts and as Ambassador to the United States, United Nations and Foreign Minister. His “Churchillian” English gave his oratory great value as Israel’s public face, particularly after the June 1967 War.
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