WEYR, Thomas. American (born Austria), b. 1927. Genres: Translations, Cultural/Ethnic topics, Military/Defense/Arms control, Adult non-fiction. Career: United Press International (UPI), reporter in Vienna, Austria, and Washington, DC, 1953-59; free-lance journalist in central and eastern Europe, 1959-63; ABC Radio Network, New York City, news writer, 1963-66; Curtis Hoxter Public Relations, New York City, account executive, 1966-67; Research Institute of America, managing editor, 1968-86; NIBM Business Publications, New York City, directing editor, 1986-93; DM News International, editor, 1994-99. Publications: (trans.) The Twilight Men, 1968; World War II (military history), 1969; (trans.) Erwin Fischer, The Berlin Indictment, 1971; (trans.) The Curse of the Pharoas, 1975; Reaching for Paradise: The Playboy Vision of America (nonfiction), 1978; (trans.) Saul Friedlaender, Reflections of Nazism, 1984; Hispanic U.S.A.: Breaking the Melting Pot (nonfiction), 1988. Contributor to periodicals. Address: c/o Brandt & Brandt Literary Agents, 1501 Broadway, New York, NY 10036, U.S.A.