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1956 Cover LIFE Harry S. Truman General Douglas MacArthur Wake Island YLMC2

1956 Cover LIFE Harry S. Truman General Douglas MacArthur Wake Island YLMC2

General Douglas Macarthur Smoking Corncob Pipe During Philippines Action, WWII

General Douglas Macarthur Smoking Corncob Pipe During Philippines Action, WWII

RP/General Douglas Macarthur Smoking Corncob Pipe During Philippines Action, WWII

Douglas MacArthur, né le 26 janvier 1880 à Little Rock et mort le 5 avril 1964 à Washington, est un général américain

General Douglas MacArthur

Douglas MacArthur, né le 26 janvier 1880 à Little Rock et mort le 5 avril 1964 à Washington, est un général américain

Douglas MacArthur barking orders at his subordinates. Inchon, South Korea - 1950.

Douglas MacArthur barking orders at his subordinates. Inchon, South Korea - 1950.

MacArthur, Douglas: arriving ashore during the initial U.S. landings at Leyte, Philippines, October 20, 1944

MacArthur, Douglas: arriving ashore during the initial U.S. landings at Leyte, Philippines, October 20, 1944

Harry Truman : Watched a history channel video that said in WW1 he wanted kill all germans including women and children also he ordered an attack on German positions in the last 6 hours of the war needlessly wasting lives.

Harry Truman : Watched a history channel video that said in WW1 he wanted kill all germans including women and children also he ordered an attack on German positions in the last 6 hours of the war needlessly wasting lives.

Winston Churchill, Harry Truman, and Joseph Stalin shake hands in Potsdam, Germany, on July 23, 1945. The triple handshake capped off a series of discussions on how to handle postwar Europe, after the official surrender of Nazi Germany on May 8 of that year.

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Winston Churchill, Harry Truman, and Joseph Stalin shake hands in Potsdam, Germany, on July 23, 1945. The triple handshake capped off a series of discussions on how to handle postwar Europe, after the official surrender of Nazi Germany on May 8 of that year.

October 17, 1952 ~ with then President Truman ~ The rising young politician gets the nod of approval from President Harry Truman, despite Truman's great dislike for Joe Kennedy Sr. Regarding Jack, Truman declares, "There is little doubt of the great political future in store for Kennedy."

October 17, 1952 ~ with then President Truman ~ The rising young politician gets the nod of approval from President Harry Truman, despite Truman's great dislike for Joe Kennedy Sr. Regarding Jack, Truman declares, "There is little doubt of the great political future in store for Kennedy."

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