Rosmarin, Joseph Joel.


Rosmarin, Joseph Joel. (James Field); b. May (February 7) 1900, Brooklyn, New York; Pilot; Married; Wife accompanied him to Spain and served as the interpreter for General Douglas; Arrived in Spain on September 24, 1936; Served with the Republican Airforce, flew transports until November 1937; WWII Armed forces; d. December 7, 1972, Long Island, New York;
Sources: John Carver Edwards, Airmen Without Portfolio, Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 1997; Daily Worker, August 20, 1938, p. 4. Code A
Photograph: Joseph Rosmarin, 1935. Photograph Facing Fascism.