During World War II he was one of the first conscripts to enlist in the British army and was assigned to the first company. He fought on the French front and after dispersing the company was transferred to the “Commando 51” unit, which the soldiers called the “Death Battalion”. In the framework of the unit fought in the Western Desert and in Sudan. In the end, he was transferred to the Eritrean front against the Italians and took part in the battles for the Horn and Ambe-Alaji fortress. On 3 Av, July 27, 1941, he fell in battle and was laid to rest at the British military cemetery in Khartoum, Sudan. This fallen hero is a “maklan” – a hero whose burial place is unknown.