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Golda Meir

Golda Meir (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Golda Meir Quiz Questions

1. When was Golda Meir Prime Minister of Israel?
a) 1941-1944
b) 1960-1965
c) 1966-1968
d) 1969-1974

2. When was Golda Meir born?
a) 3 May 1898
b) 1 January 1901
c) 5 August 1894
d) 2 November 1909

3. Where was Golda Meir born?
a) Bethlehem
b) Nazareth
c) Hebron
d) Kiev

4. What was Golda Meir’s original name?
a) Goldie Hawn
b) Goldie Mabovitz
c) Goldie Myerson
d) Kate Hudson

5. Which school did Golda Meir attend?
a) Queen Bathsheba School
b) King David School
c) St. John’s School
d) Milwaukee Normal School

6. When did Golda Meir migrate to Palestine?
a) 1914
b) 1918
c) 1921
d) 1948

7. What was Golda Meir’s portfolio in 1949-1956?
a) Home
b) Labour
c) Defence
d) Agriculture

8. Which war caught Israel unaware in 1973?
a) Yom Kippur War
b) Hanukkah War
c) Passover War
d) Pentecost War

9. When did Golda Meir die?
a) 10 March 1980
b) 9 June 1996
c) 29 March 1998
d) 8 December 1978

10. Where did Golda Meir die?
a) Tel Aviv
b) Tyre
c) Capernaum
d) Jerusalem

Golda Meir Quiz Questions with Answers

Israeli foreign minister Golda Meir visiting President Kennedy

Israeli foreign minister Golda Meir visiting President Kennedy (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1. When was Golda Meir Prime Minister of Israel?
d) 1969-1974

2. When was Golda Meir born?
a) 3 May 1898

3. Where was Golda Meir born?
d) Kiev

4. What was Golda Meir’s original name?
b) Goldie Mabovitz

5. Which school did Golda Meir attend?
d) Milwaukee Normal School

6. When did Golda Meir migrate to Palestine?
c) 1921

7. What was Golda Meir’s portfolio in 1949-1956?
b) Labour

8. Which war caught Israel unaware in 1973?
a) Yom Kippur War

9. When did Golda Meir die?
d) 8 December 1978

10. Where did Golda Meir die?
d) Jerusalem

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