Guri, Hayyim

(b. 1922)
   Israeli poet, novelist and journalist. He was born in Tel Aviv and spent his early ears in the Palmahln 1947 he went to Europe as an aliyah official. His writings include volumes of poetry and novels, dealing with Holocaust survivors and memories of his Tel Aviv childhood. He has also made a documentary about the Holocaust.

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