Harriman, Emanuel .


Harriman; Emanuel (Nahman, Sam; "Manny"); b. January 19, 1919, NYC; father Herman Nahman, mother Jennie Nahman; Grammar School education; Prior military service with US Army New York National Guard, 71st Regiment. October 1937-May 1938; Single; Construction Worker; CP; Received Passport# 529855 on May 11, 1938 which listed his address as 49 East 102nd Street, NYC; Arrived in Figueres via Massanet on May 29, 1938; To 35th Division Training Base Mont Blank Juen 4, 1938; Served with the XV BDE, Mackenzie-Papineau BN, Co. 4; Later BDE Transmissiones; Served at Ebro Offensive; WIA August 1, 1938 near Gandesa, hit in thigh, hospitals Valcarca August 2 to 8, Mataro August 8 to 29, Vich August 29 to 31; Returned to the US on December 15, 1938 aboard the Paris; WWII Armed forces; d. January 22, 1997, buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery, Harriman conducted an Oral History project where he interviewed many of his fellow veterans.

Sources: Scope of Soviet Activity; Figueres List; RGASPI (under Nahman) Opis 6, Delo 952, ll. 25-37; ALBA 48 Manny Harriman Papers; Find-a-Grave# 756007. Code A