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Ismar Moritz
Lubliner
was born
on
6th of December , 1921
,
Son of
Samuel
Lubliner
and
Johanna
Lubliner
,
died
on
22th of January , 1946
,
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First name:
Ismar Moritz
Surname:
Lubliner
Gender:
Male
Date of birth:
6th of December , 1921
Date of death:
22th of January , 1946
Place of death:
World War II
Notes:
{geni:about_me} Janina Jonas Silberman: "Ismar Lubliner was the oldest son of Samuel and Hanne Lubliner, he was born in 1921 or '22 and was adopted as a young teen by an American family. He either was drafted or joined up in WWII and fell in the Pacific. " Jonathan Lubliner (https://rabbilubliner.com/2017/11/06/in-search-of-meaningful-adjacencies-yom-kippur-5778/): "Ismar was serving in the army of occupation when killed in Japan a few months after V-J day. He had just turned 25. Though our son, Itamar, is named after my uncle, I had never met Ismar, because he had died nearly twenty years before my birth. Grandma Johanna, of blessed memory, couldn’t afford the cost of a burial in a Jewish cemetery, so she let Uncle Sam pick up the tab. Ismar’s final resting place is at Pinelawn National Cemetery on Long Island." Jonathan Lubliner (https://rabbilubliner.com/2013/06/06/the-young-dead-soldiers/): " I’m sure the number 32716064 won’t mean much to you; for most of us it would simply be a random 7-digit number, perhaps the winning combination to a Mega-Millions lottery. Actually it was a serial number engraved on a soldier’s dog-tag, one that played its own small role in the life of a particular family. Three days before that soldier was scheduled for a Stateside rotation, he was killed by a stray bullet while crossing a street. And while 32716064 is a number without especial significance, its presence on the little metal disk worn around the man’s neck did allow the US military, in timely fashion, to inform a mother looking forward to the safe return of her son, that indeed, her child would be coming home . . . but not in the way she had anticipated."
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Event Type:
Death
Description:
22 JAN 1946
Date:
22th of January , 1946
Event place:
World War II
Event Type:
Birth
Description:
6 DEC 1921
Date:
6th of December , 1921
Event Type:
Burial
Event place:
Long Island National Cemetery
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Family Tree of Lubliner, Ismar Moritz
6th of December , 1921
died
on
22th of January , 1946
6th of December , 1921
World War II
{geni:about_me} Janina Jonas Silberman: "Ismar Lubliner was the oldest son of Samuel and Hanne Lubliner, he was born in 1921 or '22 and was adopted as a young teen by an American family. He either was drafted or joined up in WWII and fell in the Pacific. " Jonathan Lubliner (https://rabbilubliner.com/2017/11/06/in-search-of-meaningful-adjacencies-yom-kippur-5778/): "Ismar was serving in the army of occupation when killed in Japan a few months after V-J day. He had just turned 25. Though our son, Itamar, is named after my uncle, I had never met Ismar, because he had died nearly twenty years before my birth. Grandma Johanna, of blessed memory, couldn’t afford the cost of a burial in a Jewish cemetery, so she let Uncle Sam pick up the tab. Ismar’s final resting place is at Pinelawn National Cemetery on Long Island." Jonathan Lubliner (https://rabbilubliner.com/2013/06/06/the-young-dead-soldiers/): " I’m sure the number 32716064 won’t mean much to you; for most of us it would simply be a random 7-digit number, perhaps the winning combination to a Mega-Millions lottery. Actually it was a serial number engraved on a soldier’s dog-tag, one that played its own small role in the life of a particular family. Three days before that soldier was scheduled for a Stateside rotation, he was killed by a stray bullet while crossing a street. And while 32716064 is a number without especial significance, its presence on the little metal disk worn around the man’s neck did allow the US military, in timely fashion, to inform a mother looking forward to the safe return of her son, that indeed, her child would be coming home . . . but not in the way she had anticipated."
22 JAN 1946
World War II
6 DEC 1921
Long Island National Cemetery
Lubliner, Samuel
Lubliner, Johanna
Lubliner, Felix
Lubliner, Immanuel
Lubliner, Ismar Moritz
Lubliner, Moritz
Lubliner,
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Lubliner, Ismar Moritz
Lubliner, Moritz
Lubliner,
Lubliner, Felix
Lubliner, Immanuel
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This information is based on family tree no. 13391 as recorded at the Douglas E.Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center at ANU Museum of the Jewish People.
Lubliner, Johanna
Lubliner, Samuel