The Monzon Family History in Jerusalem
From a very young age, I went to work and independent life in order to support my parents and my family.
I went through difficult experiences; an unrelenting war and endless struggle straighten out and build my daily life.
The decision to put my memoirs in writing came as I entered my retirement.
I began to research, gather and collect documents and photographs. I learned about the family from different writings as well as from my late father's interesting and exciting stories.
My goal is to pass on to my children, grandchildren and people close to me the positive values that my dear parents instilled in me: observing tradition, helping your fellow man, honoring mankind, love for the land of Israel, preserving familial relations, and all this with the difficult conditions that people were living in.
I am proud of my dear and beloved wife Ahuva
Together we raised three successful children:
Nechama Chaya, Moshe Chayim and Oded Li-Chai.
With G-d's help our children raised exemplary families.
We are proud of them and their accomplishments and wish them and their children health, love and friendship of brothers.
Collection of personal stories from the period of the Haganah and the wars of Israel
In this book I collected personal stories from "The Monzon Family History in Jerusalem",
where I accompanied the rebirth of Israel in the Haganah, the Palmach, and the IDF.
From a very young age I went to work and to an independent life to defend the country and to support my parents and family. I went through difficult experiences and constant wars for survival in everyday life.
Protecting the state rebirth and the wars of Israel have accompanied my life and marked for me the way to a meaningful family life.
My goal is to pass on to my children, grandchildren and my relatives the positive values that my dear parents instilled in me: observingtradition, helpingyour fellow man, honoring mankind, love for the land of Israel, preserving familial relations, and all this with the difficult conditionsthat people were living in.