Nathan Katz (24 December 1892 in Waldighofen – 12 January 1981 in Mulhouse) was a Jewish Alsatian poet from the Sundgau region. He wrote in Standard German as well as the Alsatian dialect. Serving at the East Front during the First World War, he was made prisoner in Nizhny Novgorod, where he wrote Das Galgenstüblein in June 1915.

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  • Nathan Katz (1892-1981) est un poète et dramaturge alsacien né le 24 décembre 1892 à Waldighoffen et mort le 12 janvier 1981 à Mulhouse. D'origine juive mais marqué par l'empreinte du christianisme et du bouddhisme, voyageur durant une longue partie de sa vie mais attaché au paysage alsacien, il est un grand poète alsacien d'expression dialectale du XXe siècle. (fr)
  • Nathan Katz (24 December 1892 in Waldighofen – 12 January 1981 in Mulhouse) was a Jewish Alsatian poet from the Sundgau region. He wrote in Standard German as well as the Alsatian dialect. Serving at the East Front during the First World War, he was made prisoner in Nizhny Novgorod, where he wrote Das Galgenstüblein in June 1915. (en)
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  • Nathan Katz (1892-1981) est un poète et dramaturge alsacien né le 24 décembre 1892 à Waldighoffen et mort le 12 janvier 1981 à Mulhouse. D'origine juive mais marqué par l'empreinte du christianisme et du bouddhisme, voyageur durant une longue partie de sa vie mais attaché au paysage alsacien, il est un grand poète alsacien d'expression dialectale du XXe siècle. (fr)
  • Nathan Katz (24 December 1892 in Waldighofen – 12 January 1981 in Mulhouse) was a Jewish Alsatian poet from the Sundgau region. He wrote in Standard German as well as the Alsatian dialect. Serving at the East Front during the First World War, he was made prisoner in Nizhny Novgorod, where he wrote Das Galgenstüblein in June 1915. (en)
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