Ike Horwitz
Fictional Character
Southern Victory
POD: September 10, 1862
Appearance(s): The Center Cannot Hold
Type of Appearance: Direct
Nationality: United States
Religion: Judaism
Date of Birth: Late 19th century
Occupation: Soldier
Military Branch: United States Army (Great War)

Lieutenant Ike Horwitz, U.S. Army, was Major Irving Morrell's aide-de-camp in Kamloops, British Columbia during the period of 1926-1933 when Morrell was on occupation duty in Canada. In the late 1920s, Horwitz received German Lieutenant Colonel Heinz Guderian and his orderly, a sergeant who did not give his name. Horwitz did not like the orderly, who was quite snide about Horwitz' Jewish heritage. Privately, Horwitz told Morrell that the man reminded him of Confederate politician Jake Featherston.

Horwitz often acted as a sounding board for Morrell's frustration with the Socialist presidential administrations of Upton Sinclair and Hosea Blackford.