Born in Suceava, Austro-Hungarian Empire, in 1909. Died in Hove, England, in 1985.
"To Selma [Meerbaum-Eisinger] the works looked tame, as according to her they did not show sufficient cruelty. While all I wanted to do was to depict life in the camp. Have I achieved it? Heaven knows"
Deborah Schultz-Edward Timms (eds.), Arnold Daghani’s Memories of Mikhailowka. The Illustrated Diary of a Slave Labour Camp Survivor, Vallentine Mitchell,
London - Portland, 2009, p. 104