File:Reza Saffinia greets David Ben-Gurion on his arrival at the cocktail party given by the Iranian legation at the Y.M.C.A. building in Jerusalem. June 1950 D768-068 (cropped).jpg

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English: Mr. Saffinia greets p.m. David Ben-Gurion on his arrival at the cocktail party given by the Iranian legation at the Y.M.C.A. building in Jerusalem.
עברית: מר רזא סאפיניה מברך את ראש הממשלה דוד בן-גוריון עם הגעתו למסיבת הקוקטיילים של הצירות האיראנית בימק"א, ירושלים.
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This is available from National Photo Collection of Israel, Photography dept. Goverment Press Office (link), under the digital ID D768-068.
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Théodore Brauner  (1914–2000) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q3526399
 
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Date of birth/death 20 March 1914 Edit this at Wikidata 7 March 2000 Edit this at Wikidata
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