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Sol Zalon


Zalon, Sol. (Zalonsky, Szoel), b. Warsaw, Poland; Naturalized citizen; received passport# 366734 on February 11, 1937 which listed his address as 291 Crown Street, Brooklyn, New York, 34 years old; Sailed February 20, 1937 aboard the Ile de France; Served with the XV BDE, Lincoln BN at Jarama and Brunete; Returned to the US on October 16, 1937 aboard the De Grasse; d. November 1982.


Source: Sail, SACB, Lincoln, USSDA 2:1061, 62:0099; Ancestry.



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Last Name Zalon
First/Middle Name Sol
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Additional Notes Sol Zalon was a naturalized American citizen, having emigrated from Poland in 1921 under the name of Szoel Zalonsky. He was born in Warsaw, Poland. He was married to Rose Kooperstein Zalon and lived for the last 36 years of his life in Brooklyn, NY. He had 2 daughters and 1 granddaughter. After the war he worked as a waiter. He was also active in the Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade.