President Truman

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Noun1.President Truman - elected vice president in Roosevelt's 4th termPresident Truman - elected vice president in Roosevelt's 4th term; became 33rd President of the United States on Roosevelt's death in 1945 and was elected President in 1948; authorized the use of atomic bombs against Japan (1884-1972)
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No wonder in the hearts of the Jewish people, President Truman was a great man, a God-sent protector of Israel in time of need.
He said that in an August 14, 1947 message to then Governor General Muhammed Ali Jinnah, President Truman pledged the firm friendship and good will of the United States, saying, 'The American people anticipate a long history of close and cordial relations with your country.
Naming our capitals train station after President Truman is a fitting way to honor his legacy, and I hope my colleagues will support this bill.
1 Disney's Alice In Wonderland was released 2 Actor Kurt Russell was born 3 Randolph Turpin beat Sugar Ray Robinson 4 President Truman fired General MacArthur impossipuzzles "How old is Santiago?
1950: President Truman denied there were communists in the US government.
Truman held Francisco Franco's fascist dictatorship in low regard, yet the State Department and the Department of Defense urged President Truman to form an alliance with Spain to gain a strategic advantage in the Cold War.
Based on his conduct, Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson was forced to resign by President Truman.
It discusses national competition in the Pacific in the 19th century, Marshallese culture, and the introduction of the US in the Marshalls; Japanese occupation of the islands before World War II; the role of the United Nations and President Truman after World War II in securing the islands for the US; the role of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands in providing US control over them; the creation of the Congress of Micronesia; Micronesian status politics and negotiations; the move toward recognition of the Marshall Islands as a sovereign nation; and events up to the present, including the Kwajalein Land Use Agreement.
In the words of the late President Truman, "If it ain't broke don't fix it".
The late US President Truman, of modest stature (an ex-haberdasher from Missouri), and chosen by three-termer great president, Franklin D.
1951: President Truman relieved war hero General Douglas MacArthur of his command in the Far East in a row over Korea.
Burton Ale was first brewed immediately after Repeal, and was never sold to the public, but given to valued employees and friends of the brewery, including President Truman.

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