Son of Rachel and Leibush. He was born in Krakow, Poland in 1899. He completed his studies in a high school in Tarnow and was drafted into the Polish army, where he served in the army, threw his weapon, was tried and sentenced to death, and managed to escape from Poland. During the Second World War he joined the British Army and was stationed in Company 608. He served in the Western Desert at Marsa Matruch, Solom and Tobruk, and from there he was transferred to Greece together with the British Expeditionary Force to stop the German invasion. At the end of April 1941, the German army surrendered to the Germans and most of its members were captured, Naftali among them Who was killed in a train accident in Poland and was laid to rest at the British military cemetery in Cracow and placed a wife and a daughter in the “Book of Volunteerism” in the book Yizkor “Of the Jabotinsky Institute and” The Yearbook of Journalists “, 1946. An investigation conducted in 2017 found that his resting place in Krakow, Poland, marked the location of Grave 2A3, Pioneer Corps Rank Private.