Son of Feiga and Anshel. He was born on November 5, 1911 in Pultusk, Poland. From 1924 he was an active member of the Hashomer Hatzair movement and his activities in the branch continued throughout his studies at the Gymnasium. After completing these studies, he studied tailoring and practiced in the profession. He also joined Hehalutz, where he worked for seven years, including three years as a member of the secretariat of the local branch. In 1934 he went on to train in Slonim and after the training period he continued his activities in Hehalutz, for the Jewish National Fund and other Zionist missions. In June 1935 he left for Palestine and joined Kibbutz Mishmar Haemek. Due to the hot climate, his health deteriorated and the doctors ordered him to return to Poland, but he refused and suffered until he adapted to the conditions and showed vigilance, loyalty and dedication to work and activity in his movement. He was also known among his friends as a man of good temper, friendly and especially fond of children. In 1942 he joined the British Army and began his service in the Artillery Corps. Throughout his years in service he missed his kibbutz and, as he once wrote, “longing for the kibbutz even repels the thought of death.” He served in Cyprus and when his unit went to the Jewish Brigade he went with her to Burg El-Arab in Egypt and from there to Italy. On the 29th of Shvat 5705 (2.2.1945) he and a few soldiers from the village of Fiuggi went to the training field in the vicinity. The training instructor decided to return to the village because the car had entered an unfamiliar side road. Moshe went down to aim the car and then exploded a mine planted in the ditch and activated by the rear wheels of the vehicle. He was critically wounded and taken immediately to a military hospital in Rome. The doctors’ efforts to save him did not help, and he died the next morning. He was laid to rest in the British military cemetery in Rome. The writer Moshe Shamir wrote in his memory: “A man who loves him is not dead, every man, enough that in any corner of the world he will have a Lev that he loves so that death will not control him. Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek published a pamphlet entitled “In Memory of Moses”; His name is also commemorated in the book “The Jewish Brigade.” An investigation conducted in 2017 found that his resting place was in Ravenna, Italy. Grave Location II.B.24 Unit Royal Artillery Rank Gunner.