From 1937 he was married to Hella Podlebnik, sister of Shlomo Podlebnik. In December 1940 he was relocated to Izbitsa, from there in April (according to other sources – June) 1942, together with his mother, wife and five-year-old son, he was deported to Sobibor. There he worked in the sorting barracks, then as a shoe-polisher for wahmaners, a hatter, a tailor. He claimed that during the uprising, along with Yehuda Lerner, he killed the SS man Siegfried Greatshus (in fact, Greatshus was destroyed by Lerner and Arkady Weispapir; Menhe apparently witnessed the murder while on October 14 at a workplace in a tailor’s hut. He hid in an empty Jewish house in Izbitsa, then with a Polish peasant in the village of Krasne near Zamosci, from where he fled during the search, emigrated from Germany to Australia in 1949, was married, had a son and a daughter.