Gabriel "Gabi" Knoller's family immigrated to Palestine from Poland in 1932,and he joined the Haganah as a young boy.

After serving in the British Army, he joined the Jewish Brigade and was part of the force that took eleven German prisoners on the Italian front. He first learned about Holcaust atrocities while serving in Tarvisio, and joined the effort to smuggle survivors to Palestine.

Gabi Knoller lives with his wife in Haifa where he worked as a teacher and university instructor for many years.

"You believed in something. You trusted in something that it must succeed. Because if you're going to fail, you don't fail yourself, you fail something much larger than you."

IN HIS OWN WORDS

GABRIEL KNOLLER

IN HIS OWN WORDS

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