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Bud Tamler


Tamler, Bud. (Boris), Jewish, CP, received passport# 365095 on February 2, 1937 which listed his address as 31 West 119th Street, NYC, and Denver, Colorado, 21 yrs. old, Sailed January 6, 1937 aboard the Paris, XV BDE, Lincoln BN, was among group sent to the front on February 22, 1937 without any training, Became Political Commissar of Section 2, Irish, Later resigned, broke down at Brunete and deserted,; Served at Jarama and Brunete; WWII Armed forces.


Sources: Sail, SACB, Lincoln, RA.

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Last Name Tamler
First/Middle Name Bud
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Education HS
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Ship Paris
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Additional Notes Brokedown at Brunete and deserted.