Deutsh, Julius Herman.


Deutsch, Julius Herman b. May 20, 1910, Saltillo, Neuvo Leon, Mexico (Germany); Arrived in US in 1914, naturalized citizen through Father; German American; Parents Solomon Deutsch and Rosa Kleinman; Attended University of Texas 4 years; Single; Writer, Chemistry Student, and Physiologist; CP October 1936 (1937); Received Passport# 367762 on February 17, 1937 which listed his address as 41 Charlton Street, NYC, and 1815 Washington Street, Laredo, Texas; Sailed February 20, 1937 aboard the Ile de France; Arrived in Spain on March 17, 1937; Sent to Auto park, Steve Nelson transferred him to XV Brigade at Jarama in May 1937; WIA by shrapnel in the leg at Brunete, MG Company at Quinto, WIA in chest at Quinto, then to Benicassim; Trainer of Spanish troops; Crossed Ebro with the Thaelmann Battalion and rejoined the Lincolns, injured a third time and was in hospital until repatriation; Returned to the US on December 20, 1938 aboard the Ausonia; WWII US Army, enlisted March 1942 as a Private, final rank 2nd Lieutenant; d. September 30, 1996, Coronado, California, buried in family cemetery Murphysboro, Illinois.
Source: Sail; Scope of Soviet Activity; Cadre; Americans; ALBA 48, Harriman, #40, June 25, 1985; L-W Tree Ancestry. Code A1
Julius Deutsch Interview, ALBA V 48-040, June 25, 1985, Manny Harriman Video Oral History Collection; ALBA VIDEO 048; box number 23; folder number 4; Tamiment Library/Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives, New York University.
Photographs: Julius “Julie” Deutsch RGASPI Fond 545, Opis 6, Delo 880; and from a group photograph just before Brunete, Photograph Harry Fisher.