At the start of the war, David Koker published a collection of poems that he had translated from Hebrew.
During his internment at camp Vught, David Koker kept a diary. After the war it was published: D.Koker, Dagboek geschreven in Vught (Amsterdam 1977).
J. van Adrichem (et al.), Rebel, mijn hart : kunstenaars 1940-1945 (Zwolle 1995) 65
On 22 February 1945 David Koker was deported to Dachau with others in cattle wagons and arrived there frozen to death at the end of February.
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A more complete biography of David Koker in Dutch can be found on the website of the publisher Van Oorschot. Also, more information is to be found on the website of the
National Monument Camp Vught. Also written in Dutch.