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  1. Pamela Beryl Harriman (* 20. März 1920 in Farnborough, Hampshire als Pamela Beryl Digby; † 5. Februar 1997 in Paris) war eine englischstämmige Gesellschaftsdame und US-amerikanische Diplomatin. Ihr einziges Kind, Winston Spencer Churchill, war ein Enkel von Winston Churchill Leben. Pamela ...

  2. 播报. 编辑. 帕梅拉·哈里曼(Pamela Beryl Harriman ,1920年3月20日-1997年2月5日),英国上流社会的著名交际花,英裔 美国 外交家、政治活动家,20世纪末 美国民主党 的女老板,曾任美国驻法国大使(1993年-1997年)。. 帕梅拉出生于 英国 贵族家庭,娘家姓是迪格比 ...

  3. After the death of her last husband in 1986 while in her late sixties, Pamela Churchill Harriman became a kingmaker in the Democrat party in the United States, forming the Pam PAC (known as “Democrats for the 80s” and “Democrats for the 90s” but always referred to as the Pamela PAC). Pamela Harriman used her skills as a hostess and ...

  4. William Averell Harriman (November 15, 1891 – July 26, 1986), better known as Averell Harriman, was an American Democratic politician, businessman, and diplomat. He founded Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., served as Secretary of Commerce under President Harry S. Truman, and was the 48th governor of New York, as well as a candidate for the Democratic Party nomination for president in 1952 and 1956.

  5. 5 de feb. de 1997 · Born Pamela Digby, the daughter of a British baron, Harriman made all the right moves to reach the pinnacle of success. First married to the dissolute son of Winston Churchill, she presided over the Prime Minister's social gatherings as a teenager, before spending the 1950s in Paris salons among glitteratti Christian Dior and Jean Cocteau.

  6. 16 de may. de 1994 · This item: Life of the Party: The Biography of Pamela Digby Churchill Hayward Harriman . $17.24 $ 17. 24. Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by Mag-boutik. + Capote's Women: A True Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Swan Song for an Era. $16.72 $ 16. 72. Get it as soon as Monday, May 13.

  7. Pamela Harriman, née le 20 mars 1920 à Farnborough (Royaume-Uni) et morte le 5 février 1997 à Neuilly-sur-Seine , est une aristocrate britannique, ambassadrice des États-Unis en France de 1993 à 1997 et la première femme à occuper ce poste.