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Bernard Sall

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Sall, Bernard


Sall, Bernard. (Lake Benzion, Barney), b. August 14, 1914, NYC, Jewish, 2 yrs. University, night school, technical courses, US  Army (?), 1931-32, Single, Electrician, Gunsmith and Telephonist, YCL, CP and Spanish CP, received passport# 362513 on January 19, 1937 which listed his address as 1837 71st Street, and 6301 Bay Parkway, both Brooklyn, New York, Sailed January 23, 1937 aboard the Champlain, Arrived in Spain on January 28, 1937, Served with the Albacete Auto Park; XIII BDE, Sanidad, Transport; 86th BDE, Transport; Benicasim Transport; Sanidad Maniobras, Transport; XV Transport, Served Cordoba, Brunete, Levante and Ebro Offensive, Returned to the US  on December 20, 1938 aboard the Ausonia, d. November 1977.

 

Sources: Sail, SACB, Cadre, Americans, RA, SSN.

Photograph: Bernard Sall in Spain, RA Fond 545, Opis 6, Delo 079.

 

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