Hannah was born in August 1927 in the small town of Trab, near Vilnius, Lithuania to Shoshana and Michael. Her father was a merchant and her mother raised their eight children. Hebrew was spoken in the national-Jewish household. In 1934, after most of the Jewish synagogues and houses had been set afire by Lithuanian rioters, her father courageously saved Torah scrolls from destruction. To reward his bravery, he and his family received Certificates and came to Eretz Yisrael in 1935. The family settled in Hadera, where the father worked as an orchard foreman. Hannah studied at elementary school and was recruited to Beitar by a friend. Aged 18, during a course in fashion-study, she met Yosef Frankfurter, who recruited her to Lehi. Back in Hadera she pasted info-bulletins on walls, recruited candidates, distributed info-materials, did surveillance etc. She had to move to Tel Aviv after a member of her cell got arrested. She became active in the Youth Division. Later, with a fictitious boyfriend, she rented unattached houses in remote places, for holding weapons training courses; she would shop and cook for the course participants. An Arab from a nearby orchard noticed milk canisters holding weapons, being buried outside a rented house at Kfar-Aharon. He squealed to the local Mukhtar (headman).  Hannah, appealed strongly to the Mukhtar to give them time to grab their things and leave before getting caught, which worked. While attending a course in Magdiel, 1946, she met Yechezkel Goldstein (Avner), who was active in Lehi’s Operations Branch. They married in December 1947 after obtaining the permission of  Lehi’s command. Hannah served as the contact person for Gera (Nathan Yelin-Mor) at the time. She later worked for the underground at a children’s Institute managed by Mrs. Beit-Halachmi. Hannah joined the IDF with the other Lehi members at Sheikh Munis . She served in the 82nd Battalion as a combat paramedic, despite being married. She participated in the battles of Tel-Hashomer, Lod, Ramle, and Beit-Nabala, (where Dina, Bat-Sheva Altschuler, was killed in battle –  Hannah’s daughter was named after her). She participated too, in the liberation of the Negev, Beersheba and Iraq-el-Suidan. Hannah and Yehezkel have a daughter, two sons, and five grandchildren.