Deutsh, Julius Herman.

Biography

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 mother 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 Autopark, 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, to Benicassim, then 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.