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Harry Hynes

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k-Hynes, Harry. (Hall, Harry; Hynes, Harold E.); English; Attended the University of Melbourne; Attended Officer Training School in England during WWI; Seaman (NMU); received passport# 416665 on July 1, 1931 which listed his address as 225 East 16th Street, NYC; Sailed March 17, 1937 aboard the President Roosevelt; Served with the XV BDE, Lincoln BN; Washington BN, Commissar Co. 3, Killed in action July 9, 1937, Brunete.

 

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Last Name Hynes
First/Middle Name Harry
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Additional Notes Ross collection "42 Years Ago Next Month…" by Ruby Hynes.- Scope of Soviet Activity states that Hynes, under the name Harry Hall was issued a false passport in 1931. He also had an English Passport No. 56060 issued August 6, 1930 or 1933, by the British consul general.