Felix J. Cizewski
|"In more brutal conscript
societies like imperial Russia, soldiering was an
extension of servitude; the delivery of the unfree into
a sacrificial bondage of unlimited term"
Simon Schama, The American future: a history, p. 30.
|April 27, 1942: Felix's WWII draft
|May 4, 1942: Felix's World War II ration
From Felix's Brake Testing Manual
|PIN: Twenty five years of
employment, Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific
Veteran Employees Association
|Husband of Mary
Father of Felix A. Cizewski
Sources: Date of arrival in the U.S. from 1930 census.
Possible origins of the Cizewski name:
Ciżewski - Czyżewski - Pionek
|Acknowledgement: Marshall Begel assisted in the editing and proofreading of this page|
Lovetere, Musbach, & Robinson Family History
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Last Major Revision: June 29, 2018
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Posted: On or before 2007