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Carmi (Weinberger) Yaakov-Nachman

Carmi (Weinberger) Yaakov-Nachman


Son of Rosa and Armin, was born on June 8, 1922, in Budapest, the capital of Hungary. In 1942 he immigrated to Israel after completing his studies at the Gymnasium, with the intention of continuing his studies in the social sciences at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Upon his arrival in Israel he chose the path of pioneering fulfillment. He arrived at Kibbutz Ruhama for training, joined the settlement nucleus that later came to Yehiam, served for a year and a half as a policeman in the Coast Police, and Yehiam devoted himself to security matters. He was responsible for the police station there, and for a while, He was a serious and serious member of the kibbutz, and from time to time he gave expression to his views in the kibbutz newsletter, and his difficult attempts, which preceded his election on the kibbutz route, led him to view the kibbutz as a life form. (20 January 1948) – Killed by a mortar shell that fell into a position he commanded. He was laid to rest in a mass grave in the military cemetery in Nahariya. Pages in his memory were dedicated to the book “In Memory of the Martyrs of Yehiam”.

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