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Janusz Rudnicki was born in Kedzierzyn-Kozle in Poland in 1956. He has been living in Germany since 1983. He writes and publishes in Polish and in German. Janusz Rudnicki's works include You can Manage to Live (1992), Me, the Hairdresser and the Others (1996), and There and Back on the Rainbow (1997). According to the Simon Wiesenthal Online Museum of Tolerance, his book Soldiers gave a penetrating description of Polish society and aroused protest from Fascist circles. Rudnicki escaped Lvov in 1941 and later fought in the 1944 Warsaw uprising. His later works include themes such as the Nazi nightmare, anti-Semitism and the fate of Polish Jewry.