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Larry Fant Doran

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Doran, Larry Fant

Doran, Larry Fant. (Duran); b. January 23, 1913, Los Angeles, California; POW; Sailed February 12, 1938 aboard the Colman; Served with the Officer's Training School, called to the front during retreats; XV BDE, Lincoln-Washington BN, rank Soldado, reported MIA Retreats, Captured;  Freed February 22, 1940; Returned to the US on March 17, 1939 aboard the Exiria; WWII US Army; d. 1965. 

Source: BN 58 Retreats, USSDA (under Doran) 2:0500; POW, Anna Marti and Francisco Cabrera, Escape From Death Row Three Lincoln POWs on Trial, The Volunteer, Vol. 30, No. 4, December 013, pp. 14-17.

Photograph: Lawrence Fant Doran, From a group photograph of POWs on their return to New York on March 17, 1940, Photograph VALB/ALBA.

 

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