Domjonovic, Milo.

Biography

k-Domjonovic, Milo (Domjnovie; Domjomovie, Domjonovich; Danyanovich; Damjanovic); b. 1897, Stosici, Bar, Montenegro, to the US in 1912; Serbian American; Prior military service in WW I Serbian or Montenegrin Army was an Austro-Hungarian POW; He returned to the US in 1922; Auto Worker and worked for Slobodna rec [Free World], Serbian language newspaper of the CP in Pittsburg, PA; CP 1925; Received Passport# 425689 on July 23, 1931 which listed his address as 1393 East 52nd, Cleveland, Ohio; Sailed March 12, 1937 aboard the Ile de France; Served with the XV BDE, Lincoln Battalion-Washington BN; Killed in action August 25, 1937, Quinto; Momryk indicates Domjonovic lived in Delhi, Ontario at some point.

Source: Scope of Soviet Activity; Americans and Canadians Killed in Spain Complete list to November 15, 1937 Killed in Spain Complete list to November 15, 1937; BN 58 Retreats; RGASPI; South Slav; Spisak, in Spanija, 5 : 517.