Soloman Littmann
1892 Born: Whitechapel, 4th child to Jacob and Rachel

1911 Census
Address: 47 Highbury Newpark, London
Aged 19 years
Occupation: Salesman

1912 Emigrates(?) to Australia
21st December, sailing from Liverpool to Albany (King George Sound) Australia aboard the AFRIC (Steamship line White Star
Occupation: Salesman
Age: 21
Family Links

Parents: Jacob and Rachel,         - later called Jack and Ray


  • Rebecca
  • Benjamin
  • Abraham
  • Jane
  • Beatrice
  • Isidore
  • Minnie
  • Mark
  • Nathan
  • Sarah


Littman Home Page

1917 Awarded the Military Medal
Solomon was awarded the Military Medal for 'exceptionally good work as a Company runner ' during the attack on Zonnebeke Ridge on the 26th Sept. 1917.

1918 Died: 18th May
Solomon died serving in the 51st. Australian Infantry Battalion in World War 1.
He is buried at Crouy Military Cemetery

The Commomwealth War Graves Commision Website has a memorial to Soloman. Click here for a pdf copy.

Crouy Cemetery (visited August 2009)

Notice in the Jewish Chronicle June 7th 1918