Wolf served in the armed forces during the war and saw action in Italy, where, through quick wittedness, he was able to save the lives of a number of Italian partisans. He was honoured in later years when he made a return visit to the village where the action took place.
In the immediate post-war period, he helped found The 43 Group of Jewish ex-servicemen to fight the resurgent Mosleyites.
He was in a life-long marriage with Beryl whom he met in the Party and became a prominent
He died in April 2011 after suffering a stroke, aged 88.
Source: Socialist History May 2011