Person - Shuldiner, Anne (1915-2004)

Shuldiner, Anne (1915-2004)




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1915-02-02 - 2004-04-14


Anne Shuldiner was born on February 2, 1915. She graduated from the Beth Israel School of Nursing in New York in 1936 and headed Out-Patient Services there until she joined the American Medical Bureau (AMB), also known as American Medical Bureau to Aid Spanish Democracy, providing direct medical care and civilian training in Spain.

She served with the Medical Services in Albacete and on the Cordoba Front in Belalcazar with the 86th Mixed Brigade, where she worked in both frontline and rearguard hospitals.

She returned to the United States on November 23, 1937. She worked with the NYC Board of Health and later returned to her job at Beth Israel. Also, she directed the Practical Nurse Training Program of the New Orleans Public Schools, one of the largest such programs in America, educating thousands of women and men.

She married with Benjamin Goldman and had two children, Robert and Eleanor. She completed her Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in history at age 57 at the University of New Orleans. She was an active member in the Urban League, the League of Women Voters, and the National League for Nursing. She participated in the civil rights movement, and many organizations in the New Orleans and Florida Jewish communities. After moving to Deerfield Beach, Florida, she became involved in Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade and the Nuclear Freeze Movement.

Anne Shuldiner died on April 14, 2004, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

Date of the event: 1936 - 1939






Lugar de Residencia:

Estados Unidos



Martínez Reverte, Jorge (2014), Martínez Reverte, Jorge, Guerrilleros y traidores. De la guerra de España a la guerra fría. Madrid, Círculo de Lectores, 2014

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