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Certino Rodriguez Diaz

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Rodriguez Diaz, Certino. Spanish American (?), POW, Minimal information is available in regard to this volunteer, Geiser notes that he is listed in the La Zapata Book of minutes and his name also appears in a New York Times article written by William Carney dated April 23, 1939.

 

Sources: See La Zapata Book of Minutes (Geiser Prisoners of the Good Fight).

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Last Name Rodriguez Diaz
First/Middle Name Certino
Ethnicity
Ethnicity Note
Immigration Status
Religion
POW
AKA Last Name 1
AKA First / Middle 1
AKA Last Name 2
AKA First / Middle 2
DOB
City
State
Foreign Nation
Foreign Nation City
Alt Pob State, City
Family: Name
Family: Relationship
Family: Begin Date
Family: End Date
Family: Comments
Education HS
Education College / Univ 1
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Education College/Univ 2
Graduate or Doctoral Work
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Prior Military Service
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Passport Series
Passport Reported Lost in Spain
Passport Age
Passport Date
PP or Known Address Street
PP or Known Address City
PP or Known Address State
ALT City
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Sail Date
Ship
Marital Status
Marital Notes
Vocation 1
Vocation 2
Vocation 3
Party Affiliation
Date Affiliation
ALT Affiliation
ALT date
ALT affiliation 2
Arrival (in Spain) Date
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Returned Date
Returned other
WWII Service
DOD
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Place Died City
KIA/MIA/Died other
KIA/MIA/Died other Date
KIA/MIA/Died other Location
KIA/MIA/Died other Battle
Additional Notes Name apparently appears in a Carney piece in the NY Times on April 23, 1939.