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Isidore Moskowitz

PFC in Signal Co, Special : Inst & Maint; Telephone & Wire

Military occupational specialty: 650 (telephone switchboard operator)


Born 1922 in NY

County of residence at enlistment: Bronx County, NY
Other residence(s): Bronx, NY (1950s, Martin spreadsheet)
United States Army, European Theatre of Operations
Occupation before the war: shipping and receiving clerks
College education before the war: 1 year
Notes: A/K/A Moskowitz Isadore; changed last name to Morris, new first name unknown (maybe Irving? was Irving Moskowitz in Martin spreadsheet
Source: Unit Shipment 10143-D, 23d HQ, from le Havre 23 June 1945;  Rick Beyer;

Isidore Moskowitz was born on October 15, 1922 in the Bronx, NY, the younger of two children. His father was a tailor; his parents had both been born in Russia.

He graduated from high school and registered for the draft on June 30, 1942; at the time he was working at Bond Clothing Company on 5th Avenue in NYC. He enlisted on September 22, 1942, giving his profession as shipping/receiving clerk. He served in Europe with the Signal Company Special.

He may have changed his name to Irving Moskowitz or possibly Irving Morris. He was still living in the Bronx in the 1950s; nothing else is known of his life after the war.


1925 New York census

1940 census

1942 draft card

1942 enlistment record

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