Posts Tagged ‘ Blast from the Past ’

Albin C. Ragner: Mostest First-Line Infantryman – By Benjamin Goldring

September 24, 2016
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Blast from the Past is an ongoing series of posts reprinting articles from historical issues of The Volunteer. Albin C. Ragner: Mostest First-Line Infantryman by Benjamin Goldring The Volunteer, Volume 5, Number 2, June 1983. Albin C. Ragner, Lincoln Battalion Veteran, does not appear to have made it into any books or any print on...
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A Shout of Triumph – By Lloyd L. Brown

September 16, 2016
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A Shout of Triumph – By Lloyd L. Brown

Blast from the Past is an ongoing series of posts reprinting articles from historical issues of The Volunteer. A Shout of Triumph By Lloyd L. Brown The Volunteer, December 1975, p. 7   Like millions of people around the world, my fellow-Soldiers at a U. S. Army base were overjoyed to hear that Hitler’s forces...
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My Grandfather, Sam Gonshak – By Amber Glassberg

August 24, 2016
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My Grandfather, Sam Gonshak – By Amber Glassberg

Blast from the Past is an ongoing series of posts reprinting articles from historical issues of The Volunteer.   “My Grandfather, Sam Gonshak,” by Amber Glassberg Originally appeared in The Volunteer, V.9, No. 3, November 1987.   An essay submitted for an Honors English Class for which Amber received and A++ by her teacher Mrs....
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“What Wonderful People” – By Leo Rosenberg

August 8, 2016
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Blast from the Past is an ongoing series of posts reprinting articles from historical issues of The Volunteer.   “What Wonderful People” by Leo Rosenberg Originally published in The Volunteer, Volume 10, Number  3, December 1988. One of my sons, who lives in Cleveland, sent me a human interest item the other day. I had...
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Gus – By Ed Lending

July 31, 2016
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 Blast from the Past is an ongoing series reprinting articles from historical issues of The Volunteer. Gus by Ed Lending The Volunteer, Volume 5, Number 1, February 1983. It’s reassuring to know that our comrades will not pass out of our lives un-commemorated. My own failure to fittingly solemnize one comrade’s death has been...
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Maria – By Melvin Anderson

December 22, 2015
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Maria – By Melvin Anderson

Editor’s note: At the initiative of ALBA board member Chris Brooks, who maintains the online biographical database of US volunteers in Spain, in 2015 the ALBA blog regularly posted interesting articles from historical issues of The Volunteer, annotated by Chris.Over the next three months, Blast from the Past postings showcased articles about the American...
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The Commissar and The Good Fight – By Saul Wellman

December 16, 2015
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The Commissar and The Good Fight – By Saul Wellman

Editor’s note: At the initiative of ALBA board member Chris Brooks, who maintains the online biographical database of US volunteers in Spain, in 2015 the ALBA blog regularly posted interesting articles from historical issues of The Volunteer, annotated by Chris.Over the next three months, Blast from the Past postings showcased articles about the American...
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Los Rompedores – By Ed Lending

August 25, 2015
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Los Rompedores – By Ed Lending

Editor’s note: At the initiative of ALBA board member Chris Brooks, who maintains the online biographical database of US volunteers in Spain, the ALBA blog will be regularly posting interesting articles from historical issues of The Volunteer, annotated by Chris.Over the next three months, Blast from the Past postings will showcase articles about the...
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A Brief Biography of Tensil Obriot – By Kelly Obriot

June 16, 2015
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A Brief Biography of Tensil Obriot – By Kelly Obriot

Editor’s note: At the initiative of ALBA board member Chris Brooks, who maintains the online biographical database of US volunteers in Spain, the ALBA blog will be regularly posting interesting articles from historical issues of The Volunteer, annotated by Chris. For Lincoln Brigade volunteers, their time in Spain was not an isolated event but rather...
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Poems in Memory of Louis Ladman – By Ida Gill

January 20, 2015
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Poems in Memory of Louis Ladman – By Ida Gill

Editor’s note: At the initiative of ALBA board member Chris Brooks, who maintains the online biographical database of US volunteers in Spain, the ALBA blog will be regularly posting interesting articles from historical issues of The Volunteer, annotated by Chris. Here we reproduce two poems written by Ida Gill in memory of Abraham Lincoln Brigade...
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