Son of Ita and Dov (Boris). He was born on May 5, 1902 in the city of Sochum in the Caucasus. Because of their distance from the centers of Jewish life, the parents were forced to give their only son to be educated in the general school, but they worked at home to instill in him the tradition of Israel. After graduating from elementary school, Nahum moved to the Reali School, where he was one of the outstanding students. During his free time he studied music, practiced sports and was known as one of the best gymnasts. After high school he went to study medicine at the University of Tiflis. During his university studies, riots broke out between the Georgians in the Caucasus, and Nachum was among the first volunteers to join the army. In 1923 he immigrated to Eretz Israel where he joined a building group as a laborer and leader of Zifzif. However, he participated as a musician in various musical events and was one of the first members of the Golinkin Opera Orchestra. In 1925 he moved to Jerusalem, joined the police orchestra and reached the rank of sergeant and deputy conductor. During this period he was also an active member of Maccabi and contributed to various sports activities. He soon became fond of the Jerusalem public and was even nicknamed “Norka”. It was said that, whether at work or in society, there was plenty of joy and gentleness. The cheerfulness of an athlete and the gentleness of a musician, both of whom are in it. At the outbreak of the 1929 riots he volunteered for the Haganah front. He was placed in the “Bayit Vagan” neighborhood, one of the most dangerous places in the Jewish community in the city. On 22 Av, 28 August 1929, he saw Arabs standing in one of the houses. He informed the officer and they both went to the house under attack. From the hiding place the rocks were greeted by a volley of bullets and several of them hit his body. The policemen who were with him at the outpost wanted to shoot the murderer’s Arabs, but the Arab officer did not allow this and the murderer fled. Nahum the wounded man died on the way to the hospital. He was 27 when he died. He was laid to rest on the Mount of Olives, in the mass grave of the Maklef family who were murdered on the evening of that day. He left a wife and a baby. Was commemorated in the book “Yizkor Am Yisrael Kaddushi 1929” and in “Yizkor” book by the Jabotinsky Institute.