Framed New York Times Front Page Reprint – Bombing of Osirak Nuclear Reactor (1981)

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Let history come alive in your home or office when you hang this incredible New York Times front page reprint detailing the daring Israeli raid on Saddam Hussein's nuclear reactor:

  • An officially licensed reprint of the front page of the New York Times for June 9, 1981, this page describes the bold Israeli bombing mission to stop Saddam Hussein from attaining nuclear weapons.
  • Comes in a luxurious dark brown frame with a shatterproof plexiglass front.
  • Will make a terrific gift for a birthday, graduation, retirement, anniversary or any other special occasion.

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Total Size: 15.75" x 19.7" / 40 cm x 50 cm

Official Licensed Reprint From The New York Times

Wonderfully enrich your home décor with this amazing reprint of the front page of the New York Times reporting on the daring Israeli bombing of the Osirak nuclear reactor outside of Baghdad. Dated June 9, 1981, this front page details the heroic raid by Israeli fighter jets to bomb the reactor that Saddam Hussein was building in Iraq in order to develop nuclear weapons. A remarkable piece of history that can be hung in any home or office, this reprint is a must-have for anyone with a love of Jewish or Israeli history.

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