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Morris Ecker

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Ecker, Morris. (Ecker, Michael); b. 1912, New York; received passport# 29758 San Francisco series on June 18, 1937 which listed his address as 1449 2nd Avenue, NYC; Sailed July 15, 1937 aboard the President Harding; XV BDE, Lincoln-Washington BN, Captured during the Retreats, executed shortly after being interviewed by journalist William Carney of the New York Times,  March 16, 1938, Alcaniz, during the Retreats.

 

Source: SACB, XV BDE, USSDA 2:0511; POW. 

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Last Name Ecker
First/Middle Name Morris
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