Samuel was born in Vienna, Austria.
There were three members of staff at the Ascot hostel who were Jews in their early twenties who had come as teenagers from Germany just before the outbreak of war. They cared for the Boys. Samuel joined them as the fourth young member of staff. He was a German Jewish refugee who had been a youth worker in Germany before 1939.
He worked in a number of hostels and was closely involved in caring for the Boys.
In 1948, he was working for the Central British Fund in Inter-Office Communication.
He later became a psychologist in Israel.
This profile was written by Ruby Kwartz.