This Day in Jewish History 1968: A Writer and Champion of Kafka Dies

Max Brod was a prolific writer in his own right, but is best known for defying Kafka's wishes and introducing his works to the world.

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On December 20, 1968, Max Brod died, at the age of 84. Brod was a Prague-born novelist, composer and journalist, and a Zionist who emigrated to Palestine in 1939 and rebuilt his life and career here with...