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Jack Hutchins


k-Hutchins, Jack. (“Hutch”); b. 1909; African American; Attended Collge for 2 years; Single; Truck driver and Furrier; CP 1932 (1933); Domicile Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or 325 Lee Street, South West, Atlanta, Georgia; 28 years old; Arrived in Spain on August 23, 1937; Attended OTS then joined the XV BDE, Lincoln-Washington BN, rank Soldado, Killed in action April 3, 1938, Gandesa, during the Retreats.

Sources: Cadre, BN 58 Retreats, RA, USSDA.



Born in 1909, Jack Hutchins attended college for two years, worked as a truck driver and joined the Communist party in 1932. He arrived in Spain in the fall of 1937 and, after attending officers' school, joined the Lincoln-Washington Battalion. Hutchins was reported killed in action near Gandesa during the Retreats in April 1938. ~ Chris Brooks



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