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Joseph Rosenstein

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k-Rosenstein, Joseph. b. April 7, 1915, Jewish, college graduate (?), Journalist, No party affiliation, received passport# 364808 on February 1, 1937 which listed his address as 2640 Gladstone, Detroit, Michigan, Sailed February 5, 1937 aboard the Berengaria, Arrived in Spain on February 14, 1937, Served with the XV BDE, Lincoln BN, WIA February 27, 1937 at Jarama,  returned to the Lincoln BN and remained with it when it merged to become the Lincoln-Washington BN, Brunete, was in the Commissariat during Quinto and Belchite, transferred to the  35th Division Estado Mayor as a driver .WIA when his vehicle was strafed. Later became a camp postman; Lincoln-Washington BN, rank Sargento, KIA April 3, 1938, Gandesa, during the Retreats.

 

Sources: SACB, Lincoln, BN 58 Retreats, RA.

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Additional Notes Later a camp postman. Accusation on record of theft from the dead.