Who is this man?
Spain is searching for the family of this unidentified soldier who fought against the Fascists during that country's civil war. From The Guardian:
As a volunteer in the International Brigades that fought in Spain's civil war, the unidentified black soldier in the photograph was one of the first Americans to die fighting fascism.
Now Spanish authorities want to put a name to him so they can present his picture to President Barack Obama when he visits Spain next year.
The black and white picture of the African American volunteer forms part of an extraordinary collection of civil war photographs that was bought recently by the Spanish state.
"All we know is that he arrived with the Abraham Lincoln Brigade of American volunteers and that he died in the battle at Brunete [in July 1937]," said Sergi Centelles, whose father, Agustí, took the picture.
The soldier is one of more than 90 African-Americans who volunteered to defend Spain's elected Republican government from a 1936 rightwing military uprising that sparked a three-year civil war.
Read more on soldier and the photographer who snapped this shot at The Guardian