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George Michael Zlatovski

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Zlatovski, George Michael


Zlatovski, George Michael. (Michaels, George), b. 1910, Russia; Russian American; AMB; studied Engineering at the University of Minnesota; Married; Engineer; YCL 1937; received passport# 442202 on June 14, 1937 which listed his address as 124 West 12th Street, NYC (Duluth, Minnesota); Served with the Medical Services in Spain as a clerk, Albacete; Returned to the US on March 29, 1938 aboard the Normandie; WWII US Army, Intelligence as a Warrant officer, joined in 1942; d. 2004 (?); Accused of spying in 1957..

 

Source: SACB, Cadre, George Zlatovski Papers, Immigration History Research Center, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota, Archive, IHRC2913; University of Minnesota Library, 0229 Lionel Davis Collection: Autobiography of George Zlatovski titled "An Anti-Hero of Our Times" 179pp. bound, unpublished, ca. 1960, in the Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archive [not confirmed same].

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