Kleiman, Harry.

Biography

Kleiman, Harry (Haber, Cohn; “Chuck”), b. September 8, 1912, Ukraine, Russia; Russian American; Attended Seward High School on NYC’s lower east side; Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC); Single; Glazier and Clerk; CP 1933 and YCL 1933; Domicile 789 East 158th Street, NYC; Sailed July 17, 1937 aboard the President Roosevelt; Arrived in Spain via Espolla on July 24, 1937; Served with the XV BDE, Mackenzie-Papineau BN; Captured;  Freed February 22, 1940; Returned to the US on March 17, 1940 aboard the Exiria; d. March 4, 1974.
Photographs: Harry Klieman (Cohn Haber) from a photograph of POWs on their return to New York on March 17, 1940, Photograph VALB/ALBA.
Source: Cadre (under Haber); Figueres List (under Haber, Cohn); RGASPI Fond 545, Opis 6, Delo 550, ll. 9; USSDA (under Cohen, Haber) 2:0453, (under Haber, Cohn) 2:0617, 55:0308; POW; Anna Marti and Francisco Cabrera, “Escape From Death Row Three Lincoln POWs on Trial,” The Volunteer, Vol. 30, No. 4, December 013, pp. 14-17.