Isaac, the son of Isaac, was born in 1927 in Czechoslovakia, in the city of Uzhgorod in the province of Carpatoros (now Ukraine), grew up in his hometown and was a member of Betar. Czechoslovakia was created after World War I, after the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and included the most industrialized areas of the kingdom. After the signing of the Munich Agreement in September 1938, before the Second World War, the Czechoslovak Republic came to an end: Slovakia gained independence and became a German protectorate. The Nazi army invaded Bohemia and Moravia. The Carpathian district was annexed to Hungary. In Uzhgorod, some 10,000 Jews lived in the Transcarpathian region, most of them Orthodox. The city had an elementary school and a high school in Hebrew, Talmud Torah and Yeshiva. Under Hungarian control, the city’s Jews suffered from the anti-Jewish laws enacted in Hungary, similar to the Nuremberg Laws, which limited their economic activity. From the summer of 1940, many men were taken to the Hungarian Labor Service, where they were sent to the eastern front. Many of them perished. In 1944 the alliance between Germany and Hungary was broken, and in March the Germans occupied Hungary. Three days after the conquest of Hungary on March 19, 1944, the Germans entered Uzhgorod and immediately set up a Judenrat. The situation of the Jews became acute: they were ordered to transfer huge amounts of money to the authorities, their property was confiscated, and a yellow badge was imposed. Jews were caught at random and kidnapped for forced labor, and a curfew was imposed on the others. On the last day of Passover 5704, 18,000 Jews were taken from the vicinity of Uzhgorod and housed in brick and wood factories under inhuman conditions, their homes were looted and some 7,000 people were deported.In May-June 1944 the Jews of Uzhgorod and its surroundings were deported to the Auschwitz death camp in seven transports. During World War II, Yitzhak’s whole family was exterminated by the Nazis, and he himself was sent to a German concentration camp, where he survived the difficult conditions and was liberated in 1945. Since he knew that no member of his family had survived, He went on a Bericha route and underwent agricultural training in preparation for his immigration The ship was purchased in Sweden in 1946 and from there sailed to the port of Marseilles.1252 The immigrants – Holocaust survivors from Eastern and Western Europe and members of youth movements – boarded the port of La Ciotà On the French Riviera, the British followed the ship and took control of the ship at sea, and Latrun was towed to the port of Haifa, and at the beginning of November 1946 the immigrants were forcibly removed and loaded onto deportation ships. Yitzhak spent nine months in the deportation camp. In August 1947 he was released, and when he arrived in Israel, he settled in Hadera and worked in agriculture. With the outbreak of the War of Independence, Yitzhak enlisted and was sent for training in Daughter of Shlomo. At the end of the training he was attached to Battalion 31 of the Alexandroni Brigade, the Haganah’s 3rd Brigade, which was stationed around Hadera. Since then he has participated in the battles of the Division for the Protection of the Sharon Settlements and the roads to them. In May 1948 Yitzhak participated in the battle for Kfar Kara as part of Operation Yuval. The “Jubilee” operation was initiated by the Haganah headquarters in early May 1948. Its objective was to draw enemy forces into the Wadi Ara area, as they began to threaten the Mishmar HaEmek area less than a month after the fierce fighting there in April 1948. On the night of 7/8, “Alexandroni” towards Kfar Kara, at dawn stormed him and managed to conquer part of it. But a large Arab reinforcements called to the area launched a fierce offensiveAnd some of the unit’s fighters had to withdraw from the village. During the battle on May 8, Yitzhak was seriously injured. He was transferred to Beilinson Hospital, where he died on the following day, May 9, 1948. Despite the losses suffered by the Brigade, the objective of the operation was achieved, and large Arab forces evacuated the Mishmar Haemek area, where Yitzhak was twenty-one years old. In the Hadera Military Cemetery, which is the “last bastion.” The last survivor of the Holocaust is Holocaust survivors who have survived the last vestige of their nuclear family (parents, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters) who personally experienced the Holocaust in the ghettos and / or concentration and extermination camps. / Or on the run and hiding in territories occupied by the Nazis and / or fighting alongside members of the underground or partisan in the Nazi-occupied territories who immigrated to Israel during World War II The second or the second, wore uniforms and fell in the Israeli army.