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Shochat, Shmuel (“Shmulik”)

Shochat, Shmuel (“Shmulik”)


Son of David and Hannah. He was born on the first holiday in 1934. He grew up in Kiryat Haim, far from Shaun Ha’ir, and breathed in from the atmosphere of his home, and when he was over the age of four he was able to read freely and at the beginning of first grade in elementary school, – He was six years old when he was fourteen years old when he participated in the competition and was elected to the chess champion of the school in the Bay Area and when he was 15 and 15 years old he participated in the national championship championship of youth in Tel Aviv. Haim was organized by Shmuel, who was a counselor at the United Movement at the age of 15 in Nahariya, and invested all his resources in improving the submission of material to his pupils. He was responsible for all the tasks assigned to him, for the accuracy of his performance with his intelligence and intelligence. He was honest and loved to help others. For all his qualities, which he has cherished for all his friends, one must add to his thin sense of humor. In his elementary studies and later in high school he would go up from grade to class with good grades. Shmuel was drafted into the IDF in September 1951 together with his training group for the Nahal Brigade. After completing basic training, he moved with his group to Ramat Yohanan for agricultural training in the Nahal Brigade, but Shmuel refused to come to the ready and decided to go to a new location. He joined a group of spectators from Tel Aviv and Jerusalem This was the place where the parents of the Hula Valley were devoted to the fishing industry in the Hula swamps, and in the early years of the settlement, Gonen contributed greatly to the establishment of the economy. Was responsible for the industry and in this role did much to his success, would go fishing without In addition to the responsibility for this sector, he bore the burden of the security duties of a school located some 200 meters from the border, and often there were assassinations with the Syrians, and after five years of his stay in Gonen After four years of studying at the Technion, he established his home in Israel and the daughter, who was born two years later, , Was his pride. After a few months of work at the refineries, an employee of the Ministry of Defense began to possess weapons; He then began a subject of research, which he devoted himself to with all his Lev, because in his work he saw a challenge. Indeed, his diligence and energy were appreciated by his superiors. A few days before the outbreak of the Six-Day War, Shmuel was called to the flag, but a few days later he was released, because important security work was waiting for him, and this required constant hours of work. When he said goodbye to his comrades-in-arms, he said to them: “Even though I was released, I will return to you with the first shot.” He was considered the living spirit of the unit and loved by his friends. But when the fighting broke out and the vital work was over, Shmuel found no rest and decided to return to the base. His father claimed that he was confined to his place of work; If he is called, he will go! But he claimed that as a young man with power, his place was on the front and not on the home front. He also rebukes his superiors at his place of work – and finally he gets what he wants and his mother says in a separate way: “Do not worry!” With confidence in his voice. But he was impatient and did not wait for military transportation; In his private car, he went to his battalion – the Upper Galilee. He fought bravely in the first line of fire in the sector of Deirdre and Tel-Hal, and was among the first immigrants to the Golan Heights. On the fifth day of the war, he was killed on the 9th of Sivan 5767 (June 9, 1967.)In Afula, and was later transferred to the military cemetery in Haifa. His parents and co-workers published a book in his memory bearing his name. In the book “The Trees that were Shorn,” in a memorial book for the fallen of Kiryat Haim, several pages were brought about and ruled. In the book “Stabilization Beyond Duty” published in his memory his name was immortalized. He was also mentioned in the booklet “Nachshoni HaGolan – Hand for the Fallen Who Go First in the Campaign” – published by his battalion. His name was also inscribed in the Technion journal, Quarterly of the Israel Institute of Technology. From his estate he was brought to Gogli Esh, vol. 4, the Yalkut of the estate of the fallen sons of the Israeli establishment

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