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Stephen Charles Zielinski

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Zielinski, Stephen


k-Zielinski, Stephen Charles. (Zielunter), b. July 7, 1905, Bayonne, New Jersey; Prior military service in the US Army, joined 1923 and served in the Philippines, Unemployed; received passport# 426096 on May 26, 1937 which listed his address as 1212 Hudson Boulevard, Bayonne, New Jersey; Sailed June 2, 1937 aboard the Aquitania; Arrested on June 20, 1937 when the vessel he was travelling to Spain on, the Joven Teresa, was intercepted by the French aviso Granit near Port-Vendres; Arrived in Spain on June 26, 1937; reported wounded in action in October 1937 and died in hospital.

 

Source: SACB, RA (under Jielinski, Steven), USSDA 2:1066, 62:0196; Joven Teresa list from a letter from Jean Massé to Jim Carmody. November 30, 1988.

Photograph: Stephen Zielinski circa 1923,Photograph from Bayonne, NJ Times.

 

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Additional Notes Listed as KIA on Sacb. Among a group of 22 volunteers arrested aboard the Spanish vessel Joven Teresa on June 20, 1937 when it was intercepted by the French aviso Granit near Port-Vendres.