KURZMAN, Dan. American, b. 1929. Genres: History, Biography, Documentaries/Reportage. Career: Washington Star, contributor, 1975-80; Independent News Alliance, contributor, 1979-84. Correspondent, International News Service, Paris, 1948; Feature Writer, Marshall Plan Information Office, Paris, 1948-49; Correspondent, National Broadcasting Co., Middle East, 1950-53; Bureau Chief, McGraw Hill World News Service, Tokyo, 1954-59; Correspondent, Washington Post, 1962-70; Newspaper Guild Front Page Award, 1964, George Polk Memorial Award, 1965. Publications: Kishi and Japan: The Search for the Sun (biography), 1960; Subversion of the Innocents, 1963, Overseas Press Club Award; Santo Domingo: Revolt of the Damned, 1965; Genesis 1948; The First Arab-Israeli War, 1970; The Race for Rome, 1975; The Bravest Battle: The Twenty Eight Days of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1976; Miracle of November: Madrid's Epic Stand 1936, 1980, OPC Cornelius Ryan Award; Ben-Gurion: Prophet of Fire (biography), 1983, National Jewish Book Award; Day of the Bomb: Countdown to Hiroshima, 1985; A Killing Wind: Inside Union Carbide and the Bhopal Catastrophe, 1987; Fatal Voyage: The Sinking of the U.S.S. Indianapolis, 1990; Left to Die: The Tragedy of the USS Juneau, 1994; Blood and Water: Sabotaging Hitler's Bomb, 1996; Soldier of Peace: The Life of Yitzhak Rabin, 1998; Disaster! The Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906, 2001. Address: The Parker Imperial, 7855 Boulevard East, Apt. 23A, North Bergen, NJ 07047, U.S.A.