He was born in December 1923 in Neustadt, Germany. During his childhood, he moved to the city of Pyrmans, where he studied in an elementary school, and in 1934 he reached Frankfurt am Main where he graduated from the elementary school and entered a Jewish workshop in a Jewish workshop. He joined the Young Maccabee movement and moved to Sweden with a number of members of the movement in Frankfurt and joined a large group of young people who were about to immigrate to Israel, but in the meantime World War II broke out, in Sweden he worked in housekeeping, plumbing and bicycle repair, “At the beginning of May 1941 he arrived in Israel and spent two years in a youth company in Degania Aleph, and later in Kfar Hahoresh in the kibbutz “Afikim” After a year he moved with the Hadassah group to Hadera and Gezer, and after a few years of work in the various sectors of the agriculture he returned to the framework work and finally worked in the group’s bed factory. In the War of Independence, he was an assistant to the group, and Carrot was located near the Ramle-Latrun road, and the Legion forces in the area saw it as a threat and asked it to be taken in preparation for the approaching cease-fire. 1948) Towards noon, the enemy force, consisting of a Legion Company, organized irregular forces and armored vehicles and attacked the kibbutz. Heavy enemy fire destroyed the defensive positions and paralyzed any possibility of organized resistance. The enemy managed to break into the agriculture and conquer it. In this battle he fell from a shell and was brought to rest in the cemetery in Gezer.