Flight Sergeant Mandel Bloomfield, R-61005, R.C.A.F.

Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta

Jewish Military Service during WWII

Flight Sergeant Mandel Bloomfield, R-61005, R.C.A.F. of Edmonton, was reported killed in action overseas on July 31, 1942. A funeral service was held at the Sir Moses Montefiore (Heneage Road) synagogue at Grimsby, Lincolnshire. He enlisted in 1940 and went overseas in October, 1941. While overseas, he took special course in aerial torpedo work. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bloomfield of Edmonton. He received his education at Oliver Public School and Victoria High School. The Edmonton regional chapter of AZA (B'nai Brith Youth) was named after him. JAHSENA Archives photo, donated by Mandle Nozick.

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Evelyn Miller, Canadian Women's Army Corps, 1942-1946. JAHSENA Archives, donated by Evelyn Miller.
Evelyn Miller,
Canadian Women's Army Corps
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Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity, founding members, 1941
Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity,
founding members
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Flight Sergeant Mandel Bloomfield, R-61005, R.C.A.F
Flight Sergeant Mandel Bloomfield
R-61005, R.C.A.F
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Memorial Service held for Jewish members of the Armed Forces held in Edmonton in 1946
Memorial Service for
Jewish members of armed forces, 1946
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Louis Kline and companion, circa 1918
Louis Kline and companion,
circa 1918
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