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Joseph Joel Rosmarin


Rosmarin, Joseph Joel

Rosmarin, Joseph Joel. (James Field), b. February 7, 1900, Brooklyn, New York, Pilot, Married, Wife accompanied him to Spain and served as the interpreter for General Douglas, Arrived in Spain on September 24, 1936, Served with the Republican Airforce, pilot flew transports until November 1937, WWII Armed forces, d. December 7, 1972, Long Island, New York.

Sources: John Carver Edwards, Airmen Without Portfolio, Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 1997; Daily Worker, August 20, 1938, p. 4.

Photograph: Joseph Rosmarin, 1935. Photograph Facing Fascism.


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