How a Standoff With the U.S. Almost Blew Up Israel's Nuclear Program | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


How a Standoff With the U.S. Almost Blew Up Israel's Nuclear Program

Throughout the spring and summer of 1963, the leaders of the United States and Israel – President John F. Kennedy and Prime Ministers David Ben-Gurion and Levi Eshkol – were engaged in a high-stakes battle of wills over Israel’s nuclear program. The tensions were invisible to the publics of both countries, and only a few senior officials, on both sides of the ocean, were aware of the severity of the situation

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