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Solomon Rose

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Solomon Rose


k-Rose, Solomon. (Solomon Rosenblut, Sol [real name]; Rosenblum), b. July 30, 1909, NYC, Jewish, Attended Columbia University 1 yr. and North Carolina University 2 yrs., Single, Office worker, Teacher, and Party Functionary, CP April 1932 and Spanish CP, Domicile 1480 E. 94th Street, Brooklyn, New York, Sailed March 10, 1937 aboard the Washington, Arrived in Spain on March 28, 1937, Served with the XV BDE, Washington, Adjutant Co. 3, transferred to the, Lincoln BN right before Brunete on June 10, 1937, as clerk and quartermaster, WIA on July 9, 1937,  Released from the hospital on October 8, 1937 was sent to Albacete and served in the Personnel Office, back to XV BDE; MacKenzie-Papineau BN, Adjutant, KIA October 1938, Ebro Offensive.

 

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Photograph: Lieutenant Solomon Rosenblum, Adjutant, MacKenzie-Papineau, May 1938. The 15th International Brigade Photographic Unit Photograph Collection; ALBA Photo 11; ALBA Photo number 11-0637. Tamiment Library/Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives. Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, 70 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012, New York University Libraries.

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Additional Notes Initially with Washington BN he transferred to Lincoln BN before Brunete on June 10, 1937, served as clerk and quartermaster. WIA at Brunete on July 8, 1937. Released from the hospital on October 8, 1937. Attached to personnel office at Albacete. Returned to BD as staff officer in Estado Mayor. Final unit was 60th BN.