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William Brennan

Alternate name(s): 
Brenning
Date of birth: 
3 June, 1917
Unit: 
Officers' Training School; Abraham Lincoln Battalion; Comision Historica de las Brigades Internacionales in Albacete while recovering from wounds; Volunteered for the Front during the Retreats and served with the Mackenzie Papineau Battalion; Company 3 leader after Tom Trainer was wounded at Mosquito Ridge; Served at Jarama and Brunete

John Brent

Alternate name(s): 
Geordie Dickie
Date of Birth: 
circa 1912
Unit: 
British Battalion; Abraham Lincoln Battalion; In the biography of Brent, "Good to Be Alive," Stanley Harrison records that he was posted to the Abraham Lincoln Battalion due to his Canadian birth.

Albert Louis Brezovik

Alternate name(s): 
James Bezanovich; Albert Brusovitch; Besanovich; Bezovich
Brezovic
Date of Birth: 
circa 1905

Vaso Brisevac

Alternate name(s): 
Vincent; Brisevic; Bresevac; Brosjevac; Brishivich; Birsivak
Date of birth: 
15 August, 1895
Unit: 
International Brigade Headquarters, quartermaster

Elie Brotman

Alternate name(s): 
Kenneth Brown
Date of birth: 
7 December, 1911
Unit: 
Lincoln-Washington Battalion, Company 1; Mackenzie Papineau Battalion, Cabo

Allan Clive Brown

Date of birth: 
27 June, 1913
Unit: 
Mackenzie Papineau Battalion Company 3, Section 3, later Communications; 15 Brigade, Anti-tank, wireless operator

Richard de Witt Brown

Richard de Witt Brown
Alternate name(s): 
Richard D. M. Brown
Date of Birth: 
circa 1915
Unit: 
Abraham Lincoln Battalion; Engineer

James Basil Brown

James Brown
Date of birth: 
18 April, 1899
Unit: 
Mackenzie Papineau Battalion, Company 3, Section 1, later kitchen; Served at Aragon, Teruel, and the Ebro Offensive

Samuel Brown

Alternate name(s): 
Richard
Date of birth: 
3 May, 1912
Unit: 
Trained with Mackenzie Papineau Battalion, Company 3, Section 2, Observer; Abraham Lincoln Battalion

William Warner Brown

Alternate name(s): 
John
Date of birth: 
2 February, 1896
Unit: 
Abraham Lincoln Battalion, one of 40 Canadians transferred into the battalion on 5 June 1937, Sergeant; Fought at Brunete, Belchite, Fuentes, Teruel, and Catalonia

John Brown William

Date of Birth: 
circa 1896
Unit: 
Abraham Lincoln Battalion; Postmaster

Robert Brownlee

Alternate name(s): 
Brownley; Brorverlee; Browerlee
Date of birth: 
1 October, 1888
Unit: 
Washington Battalion; Transferred to Auto Park due to health and age; served at Jarama and Brunete

Sresko Filip Brozovic

Alternate name(s): 
Frank; Brozovich; Brogovic; Brusovitch; Brozovitch; Brezovic
Date of birth: 
20 May, 1905
Unit: 
Medical Unit

Alfred Brugere

Alternate name(s): 
Fredo; Alfredo
Unit: 
Commune de Paris Battalion, Machine Gun Company

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