In Budapest Moshe studied in a high school affiliated with the Rabbinical Seminar. After the German invasion of Hungary on 19.3.1944, he was allowed to walk freely in the streets of Budapest thanks to his father who fought in the First World War as an outstanding officer in the Hungarian Army. Moshe took advantage of the situation to collect information, deliver messages and to contact the Jews who were living in Yellow Star Houses. He worked in the “Glass House” on Vadász Street distributing documents and hiding weapons.
Moshe was liberated in January 1945 and made aliya in 1948. Moshe was a member of Kibbutz Kfar Glücksohn where he worked as a teacher and the principal of the nearby school.