Son of Malka and David, was born on 27.4.1930 in Leipzig, Germany and at the end of 1934 immigrated with his parents to Israel. Soon he became a “sabra” for everything. In the school he went to Gadna and completed a course for squad commanders. When he finished elementary school in Pardes Hanna, he was prevented, for material reasons, from continuing his studies. He worked for a short time at an airport and later on polishing diamonds in Netanya and Tel Aviv. Shalom was blended with a serious character and youthful cheerfulness, and in order to preserve his independence, he tried to develop his ability not to need anything to help others. In 1947 he wanted to enlist before he reached the age of enlistment. His commanders refused to give him up in the Gadna, and finally a compromise was found, in the form of an athlete trained in Hapoel and a good swimmer to be attached to the Palmach. He did not provide him with the task of training and training, on the Herzliya and Givat Olga beaches, because he wanted to take part in the battles and not to fulfill his duty by training others to go to the front. , Joined them in order to participate with them in the battles and after the victory – even in a settlement on the ground. In a letter to the parents he expressed his joy that he had finally found his rightful place and his rightful party. But he did not come with them. In preparation for the first truce, the Yiftah Brigade was demoted to the central region and took part in the fighting in the Latrun area. At the end of the first truce, the brigade participated in the “Dani” operation and on July 17-18, 1948, towards the beginning of the second truce, the “Haemek” Battalion seized Shilat and controlled the eastern part of the Korikor ridge to threaten the wing of the Legion. In the morning it became clear that the Legion force was holding the western part of the ridge. The enemy attacked the force in the outpost from two directions with the aid of armored vehicles, and that was forced to withdraw. In the harsh retreat in an open area under crossfire, many of the fighters fell. He was killed on the 18th of Tammuz 5708 (18.7.1948), when he tried with two of his friends to collect a wounded friend (all three members of the Geva training), he fell with his friends and was buried in the streets on the 28th of Adar 5728 1955.) was transferred to eternal rest in the military cemetery at Mount Herzl in Jerusalem.