|LC control no.||n 88622399
|Personal name heading||Shamir, Itzhak, 1915-2012
|Variant(s)||Shamir, Yitzhak, 1915-2012
Shamir, Yitsḥaḳ, 1915-2012
Shamir, Yizḥaḳ, 1915-2012
Shamir, Dov, 1915-2012
Shamir, Yitzchak, 1915-2012
שמיר, יצחק, 1915־
שמיר, יצחק, 5191־
شامير، اسحاق، 1915-
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|Found in||nuc88-35566: His Address by Mr. Yitzhak Shamir ... 1984 (hdg. on OCH rept.: Shamir, Yitzhak; usage: Yitzhak Shamir)
His Neʼum rosh ha-memshalah, 1990: t.p. (Yitsḥaḳ Shamir) t.p. verso (Itzhak Shamir [in rom.])
Ency. Judaica. Decennial, c1982 (Shamir, Yizḥaḳ (1915-))
Mikhtavim le-Shulamit, 2001: t.p. (Yitsḥaḳ Shamir) p. 14 (Dov Shamir [in rom.])
The visit of Prime Minister Yitzchak Shamir at the Beth Jacob Teachers Seminary in Jerusalem, 1991.
New York times WWW site, July 2, 2012 (in obituary published June 30: Yitzhak Shamir; b. Oct. 22, 1915, in a Polish town under Russian control; d. Saturday [June 30, 2012], Tel Aviv, aged 96; emerged from the militant wing of a Jewish militia and served as Israel's prime minister longer than anyone but David Ben-Gurion, promoting a muscular Zionism and expansive settlement in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip)