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Maurice Wolf Friedman


Friedman, Maurice Wolf

k-Friedman, Maurice Wolf. (“Boysy” family nickname), b. March 10, 1918, Los Angeles, California, Education through 10th grade at Polytechnic High School in San Francisco, Single, Seaman, YCL, received passport# 32912 San Francisco on December 31, 1937 which listed his address as 1903 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, California, Sailed January  12, 1937 aboard the Aquitania, Arrested upon arrival in France, after a jail sentence he was scheduled for deportation,  Friends in France assisted in his crossing of the Pyrenees, Served with the XV BDE, Lincoln-Washington BN, rank Soldado, KIA April 2, 1938 Gandesa, during the Retreats.

Sources: SACB, BN 58 Retreats, Biographical sketch by Muriel Eldridge (sister).

Photograph: Maurice Wolf Friedman. Photograph courtesy Friedman family.


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Last Name Friedman
First/Middle Name Maurice Wolf
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Additional Notes Friedman's group was arrested upon arrival in France, after a jail sentence they were scheduled for deportation. Friends in France assisted in their crossing of the Pyrenees. Biographical Sketch by Muriel Eldridge his sister, ARP survey response