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Rauch, Moshe (Moishele)

Rauch, Moshe (Moishele)


Was born on November 23, 1928 in Berlin, the capital of Germany, and immigrated to Israel with his entire family (his parents, four sons and four daughters) in 1933. He struggled with his concern for the future and the obligation to help support the family. After graduating from elementary school, he was a member of Hanoar Haoved for training in Ein Harod, but returned to help the parents Moshe studied plumbing and mechanics, and when he was 16 he volunteered for the Palmach and carried on all the hardships of training, travel and imprisonment. He took courses in patrolling, patrol, armor, and wireless. At the end of his service he returned to work and to the family’s help. From the beginning of the War of Independence, he took active duty in the Palmach reserve unit, participated in battles and sabotage operations in Beit-Dagon (the explosion of the ice factory), accompanied by caravans and Operation Nachshon. The second attempt to conquer the Latrun Legion in order to break through the road to Jerusalem took place on the 30th of Iyar 5708 (May 30, 1948). 1948), he knew in advance that “if he returned this time, it would be a miracle,” and went to Asher Levo called him on the 17th of Cheshvan 5710 (17.11.1949) was brought to eternal rest in the military cemetery at Mount Herzl in Jerusalem In.

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