Pichet, Leonard-Elmer (Lan)
Son of Jesse-Catherine and Albert-Edward. One of the Righteous Among the Nations who gave their lives for the rebirth of Israel, was born on September 10, 1923 in the city of Johor, Canada, and grew up in Victoria, the Lev of British Columbia. From high school he moved to the university and studied economics. During World War he was a pilot in the Royal Canadian Air Force and served in the European arena. On one of his flights over France he was forced to land a raiding landing and the Maki men rescued him and returned him to his base. As a combat pilot, he was very successful and won several medals and was frequently mentioned in official announcements. He also dropped the last German plane, near the surrender of Germany. After his discharge, he returned to his studies at the university and was about to finish it within a year. He had a great affinity for classical poetry and philosophy. In the cockpit he held a volume of the letters of the poet Lord Byron. His Lev was aware of the suffering of every oppressed and oppressed, single as a people. Israel’s struggle for his freedom was his struggle. He arrived in Israel, joined the IDF and volunteered for the Israel Air Force, which he discovered only after his arrival in Israel, and his plan was to stay there and join as a member of one of the groups. Was a less advanced climber.) He also succeeded in escaping an Egyptian warship on October 20, 1948. During Operation Yoav, he set out to bomb the Iraqi-Suwaidan police, and his plane was hit and landed on the ground The enemy and the three crew members were killed, and after he fell, he was granted the rank of Captain of the Air Force (Captain), Captain Aviation (Captain) Leonard-Elmer was laid to rest in the Christian section Of the Haifa military cemetery.