He was born on August 31, 1903, in Misengurg, Germany, in 1929. He married a wife and had a daughter in 1929. When she was born, his wife died, and in 1933 he immigrated to Israel with his daughter. He was stationed in Egypt and the Western Desert at Marsa Matruch, in Solom and in Tobruk, and in March 1941 he was sent to Greece with the German forces to stop the German invasion of the country. Was captured by the Germans for four years, and at the beginning of 1945 he was marched in the “Death March” of the POWs to the interior of Germany. On 9 Nisan (23/03/1945) he died of sickness. Survived by a daughter. His memory was immortalized in the book “The Volunteer Book,” in “The Book of the Year of the Journalists”, and in the Yizkor book of the Jabotinsky Institute. This fallen hero is a “maklan” – a hero whose burial place is unknown.