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Rudolph Rui

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Rui, Rudolph. (Pui), b. November 24, 1905 Brooklyn, New York, Born in the US in 1905, returned to Italy in 1907, Back to the US in 1930, Italian American, University of Padow 1925-28, Married, Film Technician, CP 1936, received passport# 419721 on May 27, 1937 which listed his address as 160 Waverly Place, and 40 Horatio Street, both NYC, Arrived in Spain on July 1, 1937, Served with the Garibaldis, XII BDE, 3rd BN, Co. 4, Secretary in Commissariat, WIA August 25, 1937, Farlete bullet through thighs, Returned to the US on December 20, 1938 aboard the Ausonia, WWII Merchant Marine, d. July 3, 1976.

 

Sources: SACB, RA, AICVAS; (obituary) The Volunteer, bulletin, September 15, 1976.

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Additional Notes 24 Nov 1905 Jul 1976 02174 (Arlington, Middlesex, MA) (none specified) 088-05-4549 New York; born in the US in 1905 he returned to Italy in 1907. Back to the US in 1930.