Email | Share | Print

Moses Goldblatt


Goldblatt, Moses

k-Goldblatt, Moses. (“Mace”); b. April 5, 1912, Uncasville (Norwich), Connecticut, Jewish, Graduated from Norwich Free Academy in 1930, 2 yrs. college, Single, Store manager, Socialist party, received passport# 457309 on July 7, 1937 which listed his address as Uncasville, Connecticut, Sailed July 24, 1937 aboard the Britannic, Served with the XV BDE, MacKenzie-Papineau BN, Lincoln-Washington BN, rank Soldado, KIA April 3, 1938, Gandesa, during the Retreats; Fishbone notes his HS yearbook said “the highest ambition of Mace Goldblatt was to find a new kind of necktie. It also says that he danced beautifully, sometimes wore a derby, and liked a ‘cosmopolitan’ crowd.”


Sources: SACB, Mac-Pap, BN 58 Retreats, USSDA 2:0582.\; Beryl Fishbone, Legendary Locals of Norwich (Connecticut), Arcadia Publishing, 2014.

Photograph: Moses Mace Goldblatt, Beryl Fishbone, Legendary Locals of Norwich.


ALB Archival Materials

Search the Tamiment Archives


Full Database Record

Last Name Goldblatt
First/Middle Name Moses
Ethnicity Note
Immigration Status
AKA Last Name 1
AKA First / Middle 1
AKA Last Name 2
AKA First / Middle 2
Foreign Nation
Foreign Nation City
Alt Pob State, City
Family: Name
Family: Relationship
Family: Begin Date
Family: End Date
Family: Comments
Education HS
Education College / Univ 1
Education College/Univ Notes
Education College/Univ 2
Graduate or Doctoral Work
Graduate or Doctoral Work Notes
Prior Military Service
Passport #
Passport Series
Passport Reported Lost in Spain
Passport Age
Passport Date
PP or Known Address Street
PP or Known Address City
PP or Known Address State
ALT City
Alt State
Sail Date
Marital Status
Marital Notes
Vocation 1
Vocation 2
Vocation 3
Party Affiliation
Date Affiliation
ALT Affiliation
ALT date
ALT affiliation 2
Arrival (in Spain) Date
Units served with
Battle action
Returned Date
Returned other
WWII Service
Place Died City
KIA/MIA/Died other
KIA/MIA/Died other Date
KIA/MIA/Died other Location
KIA/MIA/Died other Battle
Additional Notes