Wordless Wednesday: Report of John Broida’s Death in Israel

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Report of the Death of an American Citizen- John Broida
Report of the Death of an American Citizen- John Broida, page 1, 19 Nov. 1938.

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Report of the Death of an American Citizen- John Broida, page 2, 19 Nov. 1938.
Report of the Death of an American Citizen- John Broida, page 2, 19 Nov. 1938.

 

Notes, Sources, and References: 

1) Report of the Death of an American Citizen- John Broida via Ancestry.com. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), Washington, D.C.; General Records of the Department of State; Record Group: RG59-Entry 205; Box Number: 1738; Box Description: 1930-1939 Palestine A – E.

2) Ok, this post is technically not totally wordless, but they are images…

3) This report indicates that John Broida maintained his American citizenship even after he moved to palestine.

 

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