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Vito Puglia


Puglia, Vito. Italian American; Married; CP 1930; received Passport# 364027 on January 28, 1937 which listed his address as 146 George Street, Brooklyn, New York, 28 years old; Arrived in Spain on February 16, 1937; Served with the Garibaldis, short time at the front, then rear service and general work with Engineers, Lincoln-Washington BN, rank Soldado, reported MIA Retreats with note "al hosp. antes acccion 31-3-1938."  Returned to the US on December 20, 1938 aboard the Ausonia.   


Source: SACB, Cadre, BN 58 Retreats, RA, “Vito Puglia,” CPC busta 4154; RA Fond 545, Opis 6, Delo 502, ll. 270.

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Last Name Puglia
First/Middle Name Vito
Ethnicity Note
Immigration Status
AKA Last Name 1
AKA First / Middle 1
AKA Last Name 2
AKA First / Middle 2
Foreign Nation
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Family: Name
Family: Relationship
Family: Begin Date
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Family: Comments
Education HS
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Prior Military Service
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Passport Reported Lost in Spain
Passport Age
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PP or Known Address Street
PP or Known Address City
PP or Known Address State
ALT City
Alt State
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Marital Status
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Vocation 1
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Party Affiliation
Date Affiliation
ALT Affiliation
ALT date
ALT affiliation 2
Arrival (in Spain) Date
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Additional Notes Vito Puglia was arrested and tried together with two other Italian-Americans for attacking local fascists in 1935