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Joseph Elias Duveck-Cohen

Born:
27 Heshvan 5654 (06 November 1893)
Died:
28 Tishri 5739 (29 October 1978)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
DUV9091
Other surname:
Duveck
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
27 Heshvan 5654 (06 November 1893)

Death

Date of death:
28 Tishri 5739 (29 October 1978)
Died in combat?:
No
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Conversation
During and advance through the country he suddenly felt something hit him over his left breast-pocket. It was a bullet ricochet-splinter which had grazed across his pocket and dented the case of a Mezuzah which he carried in his pocket, his son still has that case to this day.

Family

Spouse

Miriam Duek-Cohen (female)

Children

David Duke-Cohan (male)

Siblings

Moses Elias Duveck-Cohen (male)

Parents

Father: Elias Moses Duek Cohen (male)
Mother: Gracia Duek Cohen (female)

Military Record

Military service:
Infantry, 9th Middlesex Regiment and 2nd Northumberland Fusiliers
Military record no.:
206540
Date enlisted/conscripted:
08 September 1914
Assignments
Regiment:
9th Middlesex Regiment
Battalion/unit:
1/9th Battalion
Posting:
Gibraltar 1914, India 1915, Basra Mesopotamia 1916, Bagdad
Campaigns:
Mesopotamian campaign
Regiment:
2nd Northumberland Fusiliers
Posting:
England

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