Sam Kalle Huhtala was a Finnish Canada and a journalist for Vapaus, the Finnish-Canadian Communist newspaper. He was one of many Finnish-Canadians in the Machine Gun Company of the Mackenzie Papineau Battalion. See Record
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Jerzy (George) Markowski was a Ukrainian Canadian from Toronto. He was taken prisoner by enemy forces on March 17, 1938, and held at San Pedro de Cardeña. He wrote a testimony about his experience as a prisoner of war. (Though he wrote it in Russian, an English translation is accessible through the "text" tab on the top right of the viewer) See Record
Adam Herton served with the Hungarian Imperial Army, the Red Army, and the International Brigades. He went on to serve during World War II, with the Hungarian Group of the Special Operations Executive. See Record
Joseph Gibbons was one of three brothers to fight in the Spanish Civil War. They each travelled to Spain from a different country: Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Joseph was cited for bravery in Spain, and went on to serve in World War II. See Record
George Fiwchuk, Ukrainian-Canadian volunteer, was a Cumminist Party member and a veteran of World War II. He died and was buried in Spain while visiting in 1979 with the MacPap Veterans' Association. See Record