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Robert Gladnick

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Gladnick, Robert. (Roman Gladnick), Jewish, Single; Seaman, YCL 1931 district organizer, 23 yrs. old, Domicile 652 South Boulevard, Bronx, New York; Sailed December 26, 1936 aboard the Normandie, Arrived in Spain on January 6, 1937; Served with the XV BDE, Lincoln BN, at Jarama.  Transferred to a Soviet Tank unit, Tank Commander,Various actions including Fuentes del Ebro, Returned to the US as a stowaway on July 30, 1938 aboard the President Harding, Post war along with William Herrick and Morris Maken attempted to form Veterans of the International Brigades Anti Totalitarian this resulted in his expulsion from VALB.

 

Sources: Cadre, RA, Memoir Hoover Institute, Good Fight C.

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