Hutner, Daniel.


k-Hutner, Daniel b. January 5, 1910, Brooklyn, New York; Romanian American; father Joseph Hutner (b. August 15, 1881, Romania to US 1901 naturalized 1912-?), mother Pauline Hutner (1886-?); Attended New York University; Married Florence Morgenstein September 11, 1931, Brooklyn, NY Divorced 1932; CP; Received Passport# 387751 on April 9, 1937 which listed his address as Hotel Rutledge, Lexington Avenue and 30th Street, NYC; 29 years old; Sailed April 21, 1937 aboard the Queen Mary; Served with the XV BDE, Washington BN and Lincoln-Washington BN; Served at Brunete and Belchite; WIA Brunete; Killed in action on September 6, 1937, Belchite, was killed while leading a reconaissance patrol in the city; Brother of Herbert Hutner.
Siblings: brothers Milton Hutner (1907-?), Bernard Hutner (1924-?) and sisters Sylvia Hutner Mehler (1913-?), Ruth Hutner (1915-?), Bobbra Hutner (1929-?).
Sources: Scope of Soviet Activity; Americans and Canadians Killed in Spain Complete list to November 15, 1937; USSDA 2:0655, 55:0978. Code A
Written During An Airplane Attack by Daniel Hutner American Volunteer Killed In Action –September, 1937, The Volunteer for Liberty, V. 1, No. 15, September 20, 1937, reprint The Volunteer Blog, posted January 30, 2019.
Photograph: Daniel Hutner, Passport Photograph, 1937.