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Lucas Sacalis


Sacalis, Lucas. (ΣΑΚΑΛΗΣ, ΛΟΥΚΑΣ; Sakalis; Lukas), b. February 4, 1893, village of Marathovouno, Nicosia, Greece (?), Naturalized citizen District Court of Philadelphia, 1932, Greek American, Served in WWI US Army (?), 7 months, Single, Seaman, CP 1933, received passport# 364830 on February 1, 1937 which listed his address as 310 South 12th Street, and 305 S. 11th Street, both Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sailed February 6, 1937 aboard the Paris, Arrived in Spain on February 17, 1937, Served with the Auto Park, worked various odd jobs in Tarazona and Albacete, Returned to the US on August 28, 1938 aboard the De Grasse.


Sources: Sail, SACB. Cadre (under Sakalis), Americans, RA (under Sakalis), D. Paleologopoulos Greek Antifascist Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War (1936-39), Athens 1986; Steve Tsermegas and L. Tsirmirakes, No Pasaran. Greek Antifascist Volunteers in Spain, Athens 1987, Ancestry.

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