Levin, Nathan Milton.


Levin, Nathan Milton. b. June 20, 1915, Peabody, Massachusetts; Father Samuel Levin (1882-1959), married “Hattie” Koch (1894-1983); Single; Unemployed salesman; CP; Received Passport# 3982 Boston series on January 4, 1937 which listed his address as 53 Shepard Street, and 66 Vine Street, both Lynn, Massachusetts; 26 years old; Sailed January 8, 1937 aboard the Champlain; Served with the XV BDE, Lincoln BN, February 15, 1937-March 2, 1937; On March 3, 1937 he left the Jarama Front and arrived at the American Consulate the following day with Abraham Eisenberg; He left the Consulate with Eisenberg on March 11, 1937 in an attempt to reach French territory through Barcelona; Was in Paris when he decided to return to Spain; Served in 14th Battery, 2nd Grupo, Artillery June 10, 1937-February 20, 1938; To Albacete Auto Park, February 25, 1938-March 15, 1938; XI BDE, Auto Tren March 16, 1938-October 5, 1938; Served at Jarama, Extramadura, Toledo, Aragon, and Ebro Offensive; WIA April 15, 1937; Returned to the US on December 15, 1938 aboard the Paris; WWII US Army, enlisted April 4, 1941; d. July 4, 1962, in Angle Sea, New York [unconfirmed].
Sibling: sister Ruth Levin (1919-2005), brothers Milton Levin (1917-1993), David Levin (1923-2009), and Paul Levin (1935-?).
Sources: Sail; Scope of Soviet Activity; USSDA RGASPI; L-W Tree Ancestry.com L-W Tree. Code A