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 Truman: HST Biography
Harry S. Truman was born in Lamar, Missouri on May 8, 1884, the son of John Anderson Truman and Martha Ellen (Young) Truman.
Truman was elected in 1922, to be one of three judges of the Jackson County Court.
Truman was promoted to Captain and given command of the regiment's Battery D. He and his unit saw action in the Vosges, Saint Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne campaigns.
www.trumanlibrary.org /hst-bio.htm

  
 Truman, Harry S. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Truman, Harry S. 1884–1972, 33d President of the United States, b.
Trumans administration was blamed by many for the collapse of the regime of Chiang Kai-shek (toward which the administration had been cool) and the victory of the Communists in China (1949).
Truman was also challenged on the left by Henry A. Wallace of the Progressive party, who opposed Trumans policy of confrontation with the Soviet Union.
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 Character Above All: Harry S. Truman Essay
Captain Harry Truman returned from France in 1919 having led an artillery battery through the horrific Battle of the Argonne and having discovered two vitally important things about himself.
Truman and his green troops thought it could be the start of a gas attack and rushed about trying frantically not only to get their own gas masks on, but to get masks on the horses as well.
Truman has experience as wide a range of American life as had any president, and in that sense he was well prepared.
www.pbs.org /newshour/character/essays/truman.html

  
 Harry S Truman
Harry Truman, lost and found: ever since he was a young boy, Harry S. Truman depended upon his spectacles.
Harry S. Truman - Truman, Harry S., 1884–1972, 33d President of the United States, b.
Harry S. - TRUMAN, Harry S. (1884—1972) Senate Years of Service: 1935-1945 Party: Democrat TRUMAN, Harry...
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 CNN Cold War - Profile: Harry S. Truman
Truman attended law school at nights, lost re-election in 1924 and was elected to another term in 1926.
On March 12, 1947, Truman proclaimed that "it must be the policy of the United States to support free peoples who are resisting attempted subjugation by armed minorities or outside pressures" and proceeded to request $400 million to help fight communist insurgents in Greece and Turkey.
Born on a farm near Lamar, Missouri, on May 8, 1884, Truman graduated from high school in 1901 and held a variety of jobs before fighting in France as a lieutenant in the National Guard.
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 Harry S. Truman
Harry S. Truman, to son of a farmer, was born in Lamar, Missouri, on 8th May, 1884.
Truman upset conservative forces in the United States when he took the side of Dean Acheson, the Secretary of State, in his dispute with General Douglas MacArthur during the Korean War.
Truman loyally supported Franklin D. Roosevelt and his New Deal policies, and in 1944 he was asked to replace Henry Wallace as his vice president.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /USAtruman.htm

  
 Crotchety Harry Truman remains an icon of the eruption
Truman became the focus of the national media in the days before the eruption, a rugged individual who enjoyed the solitude of the raw frontier, true to himself as he ended 83 years of life with one last act of defiance.
Truman was married three times, divorcing twice and outliving his cherished third wife of 30 years, Eddie, who was his match in fiber and tenacity.
Truman remains an icon of the eruption 20 years after he died at his Mount St. Helens Lodge on the shore of Spirit Lake.
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 American President
With the death of FDR on April 12, 1945, Harry S. Truman became the thirty-third President of the United States.
Harry S. Truman became President of the United States with the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt on April 12, 1945.
Truman served one term, was defeated for a second, and then became presiding judge in 1926, a position he held until 1934.
www.americanpresident.org /history/harrytruman

  
 President Harry Truman: Health & Medical History
Alternate index terms: Medical history of President Truman, Medical history of President Harry S Truman.
As a child, Truman was diagnosed with a rare eye problem, "flat eyeballs." He wore thick glasses beginning at age eight, after his mother noticed he was able to see the large print in the family Bible, but unable to see objects at a distance.
Truman had fallen on ice during one of his morning walks about a year after his gall bladder operation, with no serious consequences.
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 GI -- World War II Commemoration
HARRY S. TRUMAN(1884-1972), 33d president of the United States.
Truman was elected judge of the Jackson county court in 1922, failed to win reelection in 1924, became presiding judge of the court two years later, and was reelected in 1930.
Truman made the decision to use ATOMIC BOMBS against Japan, believing that they would end the war quickly, save lives, and place the United States in a position to revolutionize Japanese life.
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 President Truman - Harry S. Truman Presidential Museum and Library
It joined "Harry S. Truman: The Presidential Years" an 11,000 square foot permanent exhibition that focuses on the Truman Presidency, with a particular emphasis on the many difficult decisions Harry Truman made during a critical period of the 20th Century.
In January 2004, the Truman museum opened "Harry S. Truman: His Life and Times," a 4,500 square foot permanent exhibition that presents the life of Harry Truman through a series of stories richly illustrated with personal memorabilia, fascinating video clips of the Truman family, and engaging interactive activities for children.
The Harry S. Truman Library Institute is pleased to announce the establishment of the Truman Medal for Economic Policy.
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 Capt. Harry Truman: Artilleryman & Future President
Truman was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1934 and re-elected in 1940.
Truman's grandmother was forced off the farm and moved her six children to Kansas City as refugees until the end of the war.
Truman's letters to Bess indicated that he was extremely happy with this assignment, that being a battery commander was his main ambition.
www.worldwar1.com /dbc/truman.htm

  
 The Temperament Portrait of Harry Truman
His new Vice-President was Harry Truman, a career Congressman from Independence Missouri.
Truman despised dishonesty and was persistently loyal to his friends and associates (unless they violated his sense of right and wrong or deliberately failed in their duty).
Truman gave the famous general a free hand, and if it is to MacArthur's credit that he did his work so well, it is to Truman's that he allowed the general, whom neither he nor his predecessor Roosevelt had trusted or liked, to proceed.
keirsey.com /personality/Truman.html

  
 Harry S Truman Strike Group
The Harry S Truman Battle Group is a war fighting force of up to twelve surface ships and submarines in addition to eight aircraft squadrons equipped and trained to work as a forward deployed force providing a deterrent against aggression and protection of vital U.S. interests anywhere in the world.
The Harry S Truman Battle Group departed Nov. 28, 2000 and its deployment included extensive operations in the Mediterranean Sea, Indian Ocean and primarily the Arabian Gulf.
Thirty-three gold stars commemorate Harry S Truman's term as 33rd president of the United States.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/agency/navy/batgru-75.htm

  
 Experience Kansas City - Harry S Truman
Truman's association with Pendergast, however, made him out to be a tool of the machine in the eyes of many.
Truman went on to the US Senate in 1935 and the vice presidency in 1944.
In addition, "Truman," an HBO film which debuted in late 1995, chronicled the man, his achievements and his involvement with important leaders, including corrupt Kansas City political boss Tom Pendergast.
www.experiencekc.com /truman.html

  
 Harry S. Truman: Inaugural Address. U.S. Inaugural Addresses. 1989
A former county judge, Senator and Vice President, Harry S. Truman had taken the oath of office first on April 12, 1945, upon the death of President Roosevelt.
Truman's victory in the 1948 election was so unexpected that many newspapers had declared the Republican candidate, Governor Thomas E. Dewey of New York, the winner.
The President went to the East Portico of the Capitol to take the oath of office on two Bibles—the personal one he had used for the first oath, and a Gutenberg Bible donated by the citizens of Independence, Missouri.
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 truman.html
Truman had richly earned the nickname "Pendergast's Bellhop" and won the election in the fall on stuffed ballots in Kansas City of which he won all but 11,000 of the 148,000 votes.
To make this decision Truman had to wave aside concerns about postblast radiation, which was an unknown quantity at that time, and even the possibility of an unstoppable chain reaction in the atmosphere which would destroy the world.
Various communist spy rings were exposed in the Truman administration and both the secrets to the atom bomb and the hydrogen bomb were carelessly lost to the Soviets.This lack of security has made the world an infinitely more dangerous place the last 50 years.
www.geocities.com /Pentagon/6315/truman.html

  
 Artcom Museums Tour: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum
Truman's early life and career in Jackson County Missouri as farmer, entrepreneur, soldier, businessman, community leader, politician and local government official is not as well documented in his papers as is his later career.
Truman was a prolific letter writer throughout his life and his frequent absences from home and family gave him strong reason to write many letters.
An important feature of Truman's papers is a remarkable collection of correspondence with his wife, daughter and other relatives, and of autobiographical and diary-like writings.
www.artcom.com /Museums/nv/gl/64050-17.htm

  
 Harry S Truman Birthplace State Historic Site - General Information - Missouri State Parks and Historic Sites, MoDNR
Harry S Truman endeared himself to the citizens of the state through his genuine country manners and his down-to-earth sensibility.
On May 8, 1884, Harry S Truman was born in the downstairs southwest bedroom of the one and one-half story house.
Truman's last controversial presidential act was his announcement that he would not seek a second full term as president in 1952.
www.mostateparks.com /trumansite/geninfo.htm

  
 Harry S. Truman Quote Page
Harry S. Truman It is time that all Americans realized that the place of labor is side by side with the businessman and with the farmer, and not one degree lower.
Harry S. Truman, 'The Truman Doctrine' 3/12/1947 When Kansas and Colorado have a quarrel over the water in the Arkansas River, they don't call out the National Guard in each state and declare war over it.
Harry S. Truman Source:Advice to Hubert Humphrey, NY Times, Sep 20, 1964 "I have found the best way to give advice to your children is to find out what they want and then advise them to do it." Harry Truman Source:http://www.shreveporttimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?
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 Harry Truman
Harry Truman became president of the United States on April 12, 1945 upon the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
("Public Papers of the Presidents: Harry S Truman, 1945", pg.
The U.S., with Truman's approval, dropped an atomic bomb on the people of Hiroshima on Aug. 6 and one on Nagasaki on Aug. 9, 1945.
www.doug-long.com /truman.htm

  
 Harry S. Truman
      I think the much maligned Harry Truman one of the best United States Presidents ever.
Truman walked a fine line between appearing too ready to thrust the United States into foreign adventures (to the neo-isolationists on the Right) and too eager to confront the "peaceful socialist nations" of the Soviet Union and People's Republic of China (in the eyes of Pusillanimity International on the Left).
      Truman effectively saw through the paranoia of Stalin in his final years and thwarted Soviet advances in W. Europe and on the Korean Peninsula.
www.rjgeib.com /heroes/truman/truman.html

  
 Amazon.com: Books: Truman
This warm biography of Harry Truman is both an historical evaluation of his presidency and a paean to the man's rock-solid American values.
Harry Truman, Kansas City, Franklin Roosevelt, State Department, Charlie Ross, Jackson County, United Nations, Secretary of State, Henry Wallace, Blair House, Tom Pendergast, Dean Acheson, Mary Jane, Clark Clifford, John Truman, Soviet Union, Senator Truman, North Delaware, Harry Vaughan, Jimmy Byrnes, New Deal, Ethel Noland, Woodrow Wilson, President Truman, Theodore Roosevelt
Truman's stunning come-from-behind victory in the 1948 election showed how his personal qualities of integrity and straightforwardness were appreciated by ordinary Americans, perhaps, as McCullough notes, because he was one himself.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0671456547?v=glance

  
 Harry S Truman Birthplace State Historic Site - Home - Missouri State Parks and Historic Sites, MoDNR
Born May 8, 1884, in a downstairs bedroom of a small frame house in Lamar, Harry Truman was the son of John Anderson and Martha Ellen (Young) Truman.
The Truman birthplace, which the family occupied until Harry was 11 months old, was built between 1880 and 1882.
Harry S Truman Birthplace State Historic Site - Home - Missouri State Parks and Historic Sites, MoDNR
www.mostateparks.com /trumansite.htm

  
 The Electronic Passport to Harry Truman
Truman was a brusque man whose use of mild foul language in public caused his supporters to dub him "Give 'em Hell Harry." Now he had to make what might be the single most important decision any president would ever have to make.
In the summer of 1945, American President Harry Truman was forced to make a decision.
Truman decided to drop the atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima.
www.mrdowling.com /706-truman.html

  
 Harry S Truman National Historic Site (National Park Service)
Built in 1894 by Harry Truman's maternal grandmother, the Farm Home is the centerpiece of a 5.25 acre remnant of the family's former 600-acre farm.
Harry S Truman (1884-1972), 33rd President of the United States, lived here from 1919 until his death.
Harry S Truman National Historic Site includes the Truman Home in Independence, Missouri, and the Truman Farm Home in Grandview, Missouri.
www.nps.gov /hstr

  
 Harry S Truman
Harry Truman was a bank clerk, postmaster, haberdasher, and 33rd president of the USA.
Detail of a portrait by Greta Kempton, 1948; officially unveiled September 27, 1949, in the Grand Lodge of Missouri in St. Louis; on permanent loan in the Harry S Truman Library in Independence Missouri since it opened.
Assuming office in April, 1945, Truman oversaw the charter-writing meeting of the United Nations, Germany's surrender, and the bombing of Hirishima and Nagasaki.
freemasonry.bcy.ca /biography/truman_h/truman_h.html

  
 Internet Public Library: POTUS
Harry S. Truman -- from The Presidents of the United States of America
Harry S Truman Commemoration -- by Robert H. Ferrell
Harry S. Truman -- from the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum
www.ipl.org /div/potus/hstruman.html

  
 HARRY S. TRUMAN
Harry Truman, Roosevelt's successor, found himself beset by a multitude of problems after the war, and put up no protest when Congress killed the wartime agency.
In a courageous act, Harry Truman sent a special message to Congress on February 2, 1948, calling for prompt implementation of the Commission's recommendations.
HARRY S. During World War II, African Americans complained that discrimination at home could not be squared with the fight against intolerance overseas.
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