Tabor (Tábori), Paul
TABOR (Tábori), PAUL
TABOR (Tábori ), PAUL (1908–1974), Hungarian-born author and translator. Abandoning his journalistic career in Budapest, Tabor began working as a scriptwriter with Sir Alexander *Korda in England in 1937. He wrote anti-Nazi works, such as Epitaph for Europe (1942; U.S. edition, A Wreath for Europa, 1942); and his many novels include Bricks upon Dust (1945) and Salvatore (1951). Tabor also translated English and American writers into Hungarian and wrote accounts of several visits to Israel. He also wrote or edited such works as The Social History of Rape (1971) and The Gazetteer of Scottish and Irish Ghosts (1973).