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George Theodore Jacobs

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Jarama - Jacobs

 

Jacobs, George Theodore. (Jacob), Prior military service with the US Marines, 6 years; Seaman and Maitime worker (NMU); No party affiliation; received passport# 359441 on December 31, 1936 which listed his address as 2959 North 6th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 27 years old; Sailed January 5, 1937 aboard the Champlain; Served with the XV BDE, Lincoln BN, Co. 1, Section 1, WIA Jarama, Jacobs did not receive the word to withdraw after the attack on 23 February;  Along with Jack Lenoris he attempted to return to friendly lines the following morning;  Lenoris was killed in the attempt; Jacobs rejoined the BN and served at Brunete.

 

Source: Sail, SACB, Lincoln, RA (under George, Jacob).

Photograph: Standing center with arms crossed. VALB/ALBA.

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