Manuel Ireneo Bianchi Argentina

Biography of Manuel Ireneo Bianchi

Manuel Ireneo Bianchi was born in Corrientes, Argentina, son of Agustin a shipbuilder and naval architect. Manuel studied at the University from 1898-1903 to a Certificate of Proficiency in Engineering Science. He attended classes in Naval Architecture, Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, Engineering, and Chemistry.

Manuel joined the Argentine Navy, and in 1941 exercised the command of the ship Comodoro Rivadiva as Lieutenant, and in 1946, as Captain of the torpedo boat Mendoza.


Other Online Resources

Archival Materials

  • R5/6/13 Certificate of Proficiency in Engineering Science [1900-21]
  • R8/5/19/1 Matriculation Slips 1898-1899, Men A - B
  • R8/5/21/1 Matriculation Slips 1900-1901, Men A - B
  • R8/5/22/1 Matriculation Slips 1901-1902, Men A - B
  • R8/5/23/1 Matriculation Slips 1902-1903, Men A - B


Manuel Ireneo Bianchi
Born 1875.
GU Degree: Science and Engineering , 1898-1903;
University Link: Alumnus, Student
Occupation categories: engineers, naval
English snippet: Engineering Science student at the University of Glasgow
Record last updated: 12th Apr 2013

Country Associations

Argentina Argentina, Corrientes
Place of Birth

University Connections

University Roles

  • Alumnus
  • Student