For this game Ephraim tried to spend all the heir of his children.
Ephraim Kishon loved playing chess.
Knowing this game saved his life during the holocaust, when he played against the commander of his camp.
Here you can see him playing with the world-champion Gari Kasparow.
Ephraim Kishon at the Academy Awards, nominated was »The
Policeman« (»Sallach« was the other movie that was
nominated for the Oscar)
Ephraim Kishon signing books.
Ephraim and his sister Agnes plant a
tree in the Yad Vashem Garden of the Righteous in Jerusalem.
When Ephraim Kishon immigrated to Israel he lived for some years in a Kibbuz.
He had to take water with these horses before he started a promising career as a latrine cleaner...
Andras Stanko was his name when he had to hide from the Nazis.
Here with his beloved motorbike "Dr. Kaltenbrunner". Both the bike and the Nazi were "made in Austria".
All B&W-pictures in: Nichts zu Lachen (autobiography)