Robert Rosenberg

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Robert Rosenberg (1951 in Boston – October 24, 2006 in Tel Aviv), was a writer, journalist, poet and Internet pioneer. He spent most of his adult life in Tel Aviv.[1] He was survived, briefly by his wife, painter Silvia Rosenberg, who died also of cancer.[citation needed]

The author of several crime novels, Rosenberg also collaborated with Moshe "Muki" Betzer in writing Secret Soldier. The autobiography of Israel's Greatest Commando.

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