|Subtitle:||One Jewish Life|
|Keywords:||Biography & Autobiography; Personal Memoirs|
Thus, the family survived the German terror, the Gulag and 'civilian' Soviet life, and then, finally, returned to Poland after the War. However, the Katzes had to flee the anti-Semitism that was still rife in post-war Poland, and immigrated illegally to Germany, from where they managed to make it to Israel. Here, Zev Katz fought in the 1948 War of Independence, before finally settling down as a journalist and an academic."--Jacket.