Inge Ginsberg was born in Vienna, and lived in New York, Zurich, Tel Aviv, and Quito (Ecuador).
She was a well-known author of: Die Partisanen Villa, in German; Benalcazar, conquistador and fundador, in Spanish; Im Regenwald bluehn keine Blumen, in German; No Flowers in the Rain Forest, in English; and "Second Chance," in German. She wrote the script and provided the narration for the documentary Il ritorno de Inge, in Italian, and was the author of the German-Swiss production "Kulturspiegel."
She was also a songwriter of many hits, including: "Try again," "Gitano," "Madeleine," and the "Yodel Cowboy." She worked with Dean Martin, Doris Day, Nat King Cole, and many European stars.
She wrote on travel for the Swiss Weltwoche, and appeared on many talk shows on the topic "How to live healthy and happy for 120 years."
Her Wikipedia entry is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inge_Ginsberg
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