Science Fair Project Encyclopedia
During World War II De-Nur spent two years as a prisoner in Auschwitz. In 1945, he moved to British-mandate Palestine (later Israel) and became a writer-historian survivor who wrote several works in Hebrew under the pen name Ka-Tzetnik 135633. Ka-Tzetnik means, roughly, "Concentration Camper" ("K-Z", pronounced "Ka-Tzet", was the abbreviation for Konzentrationslager, the German word for concentration camp; the slavic ending "-nik" is akin to the English ending "-er"). 135633 was De-Nur's concentration camp number.
- Atrocity (translated by Nina De-Nur)
- House of Dolls (translated from Hebrew by Moshe M. Kohn)
- Star Eternal (translated by Nina De-Nur)
- Shivitti: A Vision
The contents of this article is licensed from www.wikipedia.org under the GNU Free Documentation License. Click here to see the transparent copy and copyright details