HISTORIC CONTENT ABOUT AGREEMENTS OF CAMP DAVID THAT WOULD LEAD TO HE AND ANWAR SADAT WINNING THE SHARED 1978 NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
Menachem Begin (1913-92) Great Content Typed Letter Signed, "M. Begin", one page, 8.5 x 11, on "The Prime Minister" letterhead, Jerusalem, October 17, 1978, by the Israeli politician, founder of Likud and the sixth Prime Minister of Israel. In part: "I thank you from the heart for your kind and warm message. Upon our return to Jerusalem my colleagues and I are devoting all our energies to translating the important agreements of Camp David into the tangible realities of full peace and security. It is our ardent wish to consummate the peace process as speedily as possible. I know that you are with us in this historic effort...." The Camp David Accords, presided over by American President Jimmy Carter, were a pair of political agreements signed by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin on 17 September 1978, just 30 days before this letter was sent. Comes with the original "Prime Minister's Bureau" mailing envelope, Jerusalem, State of Israel. Both items in fine condition, with the usual mailing folds and opening tears to the envelope.