Harry Brodie was born in South Africa and moved to Israel with his wife and four children in 1965. He headed a special department for Academic immigrants in the Jewish Agency and Ministry of Absorption, and co-authored the best-selling novel "A Place to Live and a Place to Die" set against the backdrop of the Yom Kippur War.
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